All Are Welcome

If you are not Catholic, but are interested or if you used to be Catholic but you've been away, we invite you to learn more.

Are You Called?

Come and see what priesthood, religious life or permanent diaconate offers. What you learn might surprise you.

Safe Environment

Find out how we are creating a safe environment for children and young people in our parishes, schools and the community.

Marriage and Family

Get your guide to planning a Catholic wedding, find out how to enrich your marriage, explore adoption and much more.

Faith Explained

Explore Understanding Our Church, a treasury of Arkansas writers discussing the Catholic faith on a wide variety of topics.

Biblical Mercy

Celebrate the jubilee by reflecting on mercy in the Scriptures through this free, monthly series from Little Rock Scripture Study.

Here to Help You

Reach out and let us help in your time of need. You are not alone. We offer ministries to serve a variety of needs.

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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal 2016
We need CASA to help fund things we do as a diocese that benefit all.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Bringing God's mercy to those in need is fundamental to Christianity.
Mass for Life 2016
We are to help turn an unplanned pregnancy into a blessing.

Prayer Book

For myself. For my complete healing and liberation and for me to become the person God intended me to be. More...

Please pray for luis' ancestral healing. For him to be able to forgive all who have done him wrong. More...

Help spread God's mercy in diocese

The 2016 Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal (CASA) begins Feb. 6-7 in parishes across Arkansas. A recorded homily from Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will be played at all Masses in English and Spanish and pledge envelopes will be handed out asking parishioners to meet this year's $2 million goal. CASA supports various diocesan, parish and school ministries. This year's theme focuses on the extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, which continues through Nov. 20. "This is the first jubilee in history in which holy doors are to be opened in all dioceses, not just in Rome. Ours is at Our Lady of Good Counsel parish in Little Rock. Access to our holy door is available every day, but starting this weekend, the first Saturday of every month More

Mardi Gras celebrates Christ the King

Traditionally, Mardi Gras, which is French for "Fat Tuesday", involves a big celebration where partygoers overindulge one last time before the solemn season of Lent begins the following day on Ash Wednesday, which is a day of fast and abstinence. In many cultures, the time between the Christmas season and Lent is known as "carnival." Carnival comes from the Latin words carne vale, meaning "farewell to the flesh." Like many Catholic celebrations, Mardi Gras likely has its roots in pre-Christian traditions based on the seasons. Learn more by reading the "Catholic Roots More

Get digital edition for free this month

Here is one way you can grow in your family of faith. Subscribe to Arkansas Catholic and stay connected to your Catholic family each week. Arkansas Catholic, the award-winning weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Little Rock, offers complete print and digital subscriptions. Subscribe through one of the following ways: The print edition is delivered to your mailbox every week. Subscriptions are only $26 a year ($24 for seniors). Subscription envelopes are available at the church or by calling (501) 664-0125. Or you can get Arkansas Catholic Digital the same day it’s published More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal 2016
We need CASA to help fund things we do as a diocese that benefit all.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Bringing God's mercy to those in need is fundamental to Christianity.
Mass for Life 2016
We are to help turn an unplanned pregnancy into a blessing.

Prayer Book

For myself. For my complete healing and liberation and for me to become the person God intended me to be. More...

Please pray for luis' ancestral healing. For him to be able to forgive all who have done him wrong. More...