Bishop Taylor Homily Library

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Bishop Anthony B. Taylor celebrates Mass across Arkansas and beyond. This library features the homilies delivered from March 2014 to the present. To listen to earlier homilies, please visit the bishop's Homily Archive.

2nd Sunday of Advent 2014, Year B
You and I are citizens of that Kingdom whose establishment John the Baptist prepared and Jesus accomplished.
1st Sunday of Advent 2014, Year B
We have an obligation in justice to work to improve the structures of society, but we know than none of these important worldly efforts can satisfy any of the deeper needs of the human heart.
The Solemnity of Christ the King 2014
I would be failing in my duty as your shepherd if I did not act decisively and speak clearly when I see part of the flock headed for disaster.
33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A
Our willingness or refusal to take risks for God reveals whether we truly believe in God and what kind of God we believe him to be.
All Souls Day 2014
Indeed, that is what is most distinctive about Catholic funerals: we've come to pray for the deceased, not merely celebrate his life, as if that were all there is.
30th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A
Today Jesus is saying that the love of God and neighbor must be the foundation of all other laws -- moral, social, religious and governmental.
120th Anniversary of Immaculate Conception parish in Blytheville
This parish is to be a place of peace and harmony, a place of faith, a place of hope as we look to the future, and always a place of love.
29th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A
God's authority is absolute and without limits, so when the demands of human rulers conflict with those of God, what God requires must prevail.
Jubilee Celebration for Sister Marilyn Doss, OSB
Jesus uses his own relationship with the Father as the model for the love and unity that should characterize our lives
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A  
Those who say they are Christians but live like pagans are excluded. They are like the man not properly dressed for the banquet.
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Every one of us has some area of personal brokenness deep down that is a source of self-questioning anxiety that weighs on us, and which we can pretend isn't there, but it is. 
Friday, 26th Week in Ordinary Time, Cycle II
And yet what a source of inner freedom it is to sincerely seek to do his will in all things!  You'll sleep well at night--even in trying times!
Father James Melnick Suspended from Ministry
25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A  
Jesus inaugurates a whole new system of values
Saturday, 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Cycle II  
We should then go forth as sowers ourselves and scatter the seed produced in that hundredfold yield, investing ourselves generously in others with optimism and enthusiasm