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.

Promise to Protect

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.

Consecrated Life

Celebrate and promote religious life during this Year of Consecrated Life being celebrated worldwide through February 2016.

Parables of Jesus

Explore this powerful teaching tool in He Spoke in Parables, a monthly column 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.

Open Your Hearts

Your support of the Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal is vital to the continuation of our various ministries. Learn how you can help.

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Satan may do his worst and, as with Jesus, appear to do us great harm, but he cannot prevail if you are fully united to the Lord.
Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Notice that when Jesus says that the Son of God is light for the world, he's talking about judging the world, not just making things bright and sunny.

Prayer Book

Please, pray for me and you can ask other christians to pray for me. 1.) That God More...

Lord God, please help me and do what you can, Lord. I've been taken for a lot of back wages. More...

Join us in celebrating Easter Triduum

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will celebrate Palm Sunday Masses at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28 and 12:05 p.m. Sunday, March 29. On Palm Sunday, also known as Passion Sunday, Catholics reenact the events of Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem to mark the beginning of Holy Week, which commemorates the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus, who triumphed over death and made our salvation possible. The bishop will celebrate the Chrism Mass at the Cathedral on Monday, March 30 at 5:30 p.m. Priests serving across the diocese concelebrate this Mass, during which they also renew their commitment to priestly service. Oils to be used statewide in the coming year are presented for the bishop's blessing. These include the oil More

Thursday offering for seminarian fund

The Holy Thursday Collection for seminarian education will be held April 2. The money from this diocesan collection will support the educational and housing expenses for the diocese's 41 seminarians. It costs the diocese $1.3 million to educate these men annually. Msgr. James E. O’Connell started an endowment fund for diocesan seminarians more than 50 years ago. This fund has been invested through the years and was able to cover the costs of educating the seminarians until recently when the number of young men studying for the priesthood increased dramatically. Today the cost of educating one seminarian is $32,000 per year, which includes tuition, room and board, health insurance, and other needs. More

Welcome new Catholics at Easter Vigil

Catholic parishes across Arkansas will welcome an estimated 574 new Catholics into the Church during their Easter Vigil Masses on Holy Saturday, April 4. These people have participated in their parish's Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults process and fall into two groups: the elect and candidates. The elect have not been baptized and have been formed in the Christian faith and life. At the Easter Vigil, they will be baptized, confirmed and receive their first Communion. Candidates are baptized members of other Christian churches who wish to become Catholic. During the Easter Vigil, they will make a profession of faith, be confirmed and receive their first Communion. If there are any elect and/or candidates entering the Church through your parish, we invite More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Satan may do his worst and, as with Jesus, appear to do us great harm, but he cannot prevail if you are fully united to the Lord.
Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Notice that when Jesus says that the Son of God is light for the world, he's talking about judging the world, not just making things bright and sunny.

Prayer Book

Please, pray for me and you can ask other christians to pray for me. 1.) That God More...

Lord God, please help me and do what you can, Lord. I've been taken for a lot of back wages. More...