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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Easter Vigil 2017
Jesus broken not only the power of sin, but also the power of death.
Good Friday of the Lord's Passion 2017
Like those who called for Jesus’ death, we still call for death of criminals.
Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper 2017
Jesus commands us to "love one another."

Prayer Book

Please pray for me and my family. Pray we get along with the landlord and are never homeless again. More...

Pray against pornography in Oklahoma and this nation. More...

Celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday April 23

Published: April 21, 2017

This year, Divine Mercy Sunday will be April 23. The celebration of Christ's resurrection continues with this feast, which recognizes that God's love and mercy endure forever and overcome any sin that separates us from him. In the 1930s, Jesus appeared to St. Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun, and directed her to promote his divine mercy worldwide. St. John Paul II canonized St. Faustina on May 1, 2000. Five days later he decreed that the Second Sunday of Easter would henceforth be known as Divine Mercy Sunday. On Divine Mercy Sunday, parishes often host More

Apply for LRSS scholarship by May 5

Published: April 21, 2017

Each year four Arkansas Catholic parishioners receive $1,000 scholarships from Little Rock Scripture Study to assist them in pursuing college degrees in fields such as theology, Scripture, sacred music, canon law, liturgy, pastoral administration or religious education. This year, the deadline to apply for the Scholarship for Studies Preparing for Lay Ministry is Friday, May 5. Active Catholics who are enrolled in college or graduate school may receive more information about the scholarship by contacting Cackie Upchurch, director of Little Rock Scripture Study More

Deacons to recommit service to diocese

Published: April 21, 2017

The Minister to Deacons Office at the Diocese of Little Rock is hosting three deacon recommitment Masses to make it easier for deacons and their families to attend. In the past, this event was only held in Little Rock, but this year it is also being held in Rogers and Jonesboro. Bishop Anthony B. Taylor celebrated the first Deacon Recommitment Mass at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Rogers on Saturday, April 1. He will celebrate the second at 3 p.m. in Morris Hall Chapel on the grounds of St. John Catholic More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Easter Vigil 2017
Jesus broken not only the power of sin, but also the power of death.
Good Friday of the Lord's Passion 2017
Like those who called for Jesus’ death, we still call for death of criminals.
Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper 2017
Jesus commands us to "love one another."

Prayer Book

Please pray for me and my family. Pray we get along with the landlord and are never homeless again. More...

Pray against pornography in Oklahoma and this nation. More...