Arkansas Catholic

The Diocese of Little Rock Weekly Newspaper

Arkansas Catholic Communicates Good News 

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Click on the button above to subscribe to Arkansas Catholic. Print and digital subscriptions are available. The print edition is delivered to your mailbox. Subscriptions are only $26 a year ($24 for seniors). Or get the digital edition the same day it's published, anywhere you have an Internet connection. Log on to Arkansas Catholic and Sign Up for FREE NowFor more information, call (501) 664-0125.

Arkansas Catholic has been the weekly newspaper for the Diocese of Little Rock since 1911. Today it is published 46 times a year, offering what is happening throughout the diocese, including parishes and schools, and comments on world events through a Catholic perspective. Bishop Anthony B. Taylor is the publisher. For more than 100 years, the newspaper and its predecessors have helped the bishops of Little Rock share the Word of God with the people of Arkansas. The award-winning weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Little Rock continues to offer you a wealth of information, education and inspiration through print and digital media. | About Us Donate | Contact Us


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Arkansas Catholic Asks

Arkansas Catholic talks to newsmakers in the Catholic Church in Arkansas in this FREE podcast. Find the latest episode on your favorite app or wherever podcasts are found.

Arkansas Catholic Newspaper

Published 46 times a year and covers local, national and international Catholic news. You can subscribe to the print or digital editions. The print edition is mailed to your home. The digital edition contains the entire contents of the print version, to read on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Subscribers also have access to back issues and all articles are searchable.

aSpire E-mail Newsletter

This free e-mail newsletter covers the Catholic faith, Pope Francis and the Diocese of Little Rock. Brief, casual and entertaining — it's news you might have missed, simple inspirations and useful tips for achieving your successful Catholic life.

Archives

Back issues of Arkansas Catholic from 1911 to 2001 are available online and are searchable.

Diocesan Directory

Published annually and contains contact information for every priest, religious and deacon as well as every parish, diocesan office, Catholic school, ministry, hospital and organization in Arkansas.

Arkansas Catholic Website

Offers some Arkansas Catholic articles, series, columns and News and Views from You online.

Social Media

Arkansas Catholic maintains pages on FacebookTwitter and Instagram as well as the Diocese of Little Rock Facebook page and YouTube Channel.

Diocese of Little Rock Website

Offers more than 6,000 pages about the diocesan offices, staff, parishes, schools, clergy, religious, seminarians as well as educational articles, upcoming events, prayer book, columns, stations of the cross and much more.



Guardians for the Future

Guardian Angels — Catholics like you — have brought decades of Catholic history in Arkansas to the Internet, free to everyone. Thousands of pages of fragile, irreplaceable newspaper archives from 1911 through 2001 have been digitally preserved and posted online. It's an exciting success story that prepares us to take the next step -- connecting with the next generation. Increasing numbers of young adults are not engaging with the Church like previous generations. Even young people who faithfully attend Mass are getting their news in different ways. They are less interested in reading a printed newspaper, and more interested in digital news, e-mail, social media and websites that they access on their phones. Because of that challenge, your gift to the Guardian Angels Fund is needed to invest in new technology and other resources to help keep those young adults connected to the Church — and better serve all Catholics in the diocese.

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Click on the button above to donate online to become a Guardian Angel. By your one-time donation or the convenience of becoming a sustaining member, you are supporting efforts to keep the next generation connected to the Church and to better serve all Catholics in Arkansas. For more information, call (501) 664-0125.