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Bishop Taylor Homilies

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
We will see him again, through grace-filled events in this life, on the day of our death and on the day of his second coming in glory.
31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Jesus calls you by name because you matter to him. Your response shows how much he matters to you.
All Souls Day 2019
Communion of saints exists so we can help each other on the road to salvation.

Prayer Book

Healing for Antoinieta, Brian, Joseph, Yeye, myself all at home, I pray my husband, Carlos, calls me immediately, loves me More...

Through the intercession of the Immaculate Mary, we ask God the Father for health, forgiveness of sins, gifts of the Holy More...

Give to CCHD and fund local grants

Each year, the Diocese of Little Rock participates in an annual collection for the benefit of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) during the weekend before Thanksgiving. This year’s collection will be held Nov. 23-24. Although most of the collection is sent on to the CCHD national office for use in a nationwide grant program, 25 percent of the collection stays in the state and is used by Catholic Charities of Arkansas to fund its CCHD local grant program In this fiscal year’s program, $17,230 in grants was distributed throughout Arkansas More

Msgr. Malone to be bishop of Shreveport

Pope Francis has appointed Msgr. Francis I. Malone, JCL, PA, bishop of Shreveport, La. The appointment was announced Tuesday, Nov. 19 in Washington, D.C., by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States, and Bishop-elect Malone was in Shreveport for the official announcement. The Diocese of Shreveport is in the state of Louisiana and has a total population of 812,200 of which 41,335 are Catholic. The ordination and installation Mass will take place at 2 p.m., Jan. 28, 2020 in the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans in Shreveport. More

Celebrate Veterans Day Mass Nov. 11

Father Nelson Rubio, associate pastor of St. Theresa Church in Little Rock, will celebrate the annual Veterans Day Mass at 9:30 a.m., Monday, Nov. 11 at the National Cemetery in Little Rock. Because seating is limited, participants are encouraged to bring their own chairs. All are invited to attend. The Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus color corps will present the colors. Patriotic songs will be sung and taps will be played at the end of the ceremony. In addition, Catholic parishes and schools across Arkansas host programs to honor veterans. To find events in your area, contact a parish More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
We will see him again, through grace-filled events in this life, on the day of our death and on the day of his second coming in glory.
31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Jesus calls you by name because you matter to him. Your response shows how much he matters to you.
All Souls Day 2019
Communion of saints exists so we can help each other on the road to salvation.

Prayer Book

Healing for Antoinieta, Brian, Joseph, Yeye, myself all at home, I pray my husband, Carlos, calls me immediately, loves me More...

Through the intercession of the Immaculate Mary, we ask God the Father for health, forgiveness of sins, gifts of the Holy More...