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Bishop Taylor Homilies

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
Jesus believed in some things so deeply that he was willing to die for them. People with that kind of conviction cannot be flattered with words of praise.
2021 Priest Jubilarian Mass
It is that intimate relationship with Jesus that makes us priests (mediators between God and man) and not merely social workers with a Roman collar.
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
It is easy for us to see truths to which previous generations were blind, but it's hard to see the truths to which we ourselves are blind. That's why we call it blindness. It remains secret, hidden. We don't get it yet.

Prayer Book

For Michelle and her classmates to go through nursing school smoothly and graduate on time. More...

Pray that witchcraft, sorcery, curses and blockages be removed from my life and the people who are in my life that are suf More...

Bishop addresses limits to Latin Mass

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor issued the following statement, July 16, 2021, to the people of the Diocese of Little Rock in response to Pope Francis' new apostolic letter "Traditionis Custodes" (Guardians of the Tradition). “In view of the publication today of the apostolic letter 'Traditionis Custodes' issued by Pope Francis in which he revokes, effective immediately, permissions regarding the use of the Roman liturgy in place prior to the reform of 1970 — the 'Vetus Ordo' Mass (i.e., the traditional Latin Mass, hereafter called the Latin Mass) granted by Pope Benedict XVI in his apostolic letter More

Bishop comments on the delta variant

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor issued the following statement, July 9, 2021, to the people of the Diocese of Little Rock regarding the spike in COVID-19 infections and the presence of the delta variant in Arkansas. "With the spike in COVID infections and the presence of the delta variant in Arkansas, a question has arisen whether we should re-impose restrictions to protect those who have not been vaccinated. The answer is generally NO, though the principle of subsidiarity would allow for this in isolated instances. The reason not to re-impose restrictions is that the vaccine is universally More

Bishop issues pastoral changes July 2

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor announced the following pastoral appointments, July 2, 2021, for the Diocese of Little Rock: Effective July 6, 2021: Rev. Lawrence Frederick, appointed chaplain of Carmel of St. Teresa of Jesus in Little Rock. This is in addition to his current responsibilities as chaplain of Catholic High School and Mount St. Mary Academy in Little Rock; Rev. Thomas Marks, relieved of his responsibilities as chaplain of Carmel of St. Teresa of Jesus in Little Rock, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, VA Hospitals in Little Rock, and from visiting nursing homes and homebound More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
Jesus believed in some things so deeply that he was willing to die for them. People with that kind of conviction cannot be flattered with words of praise.
2021 Priest Jubilarian Mass
It is that intimate relationship with Jesus that makes us priests (mediators between God and man) and not merely social workers with a Roman collar.
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
It is easy for us to see truths to which previous generations were blind, but it's hard to see the truths to which we ourselves are blind. That's why we call it blindness. It remains secret, hidden. We don't get it yet.

Prayer Book

For Michelle and her classmates to go through nursing school smoothly and graduate on time. More...

Pray that witchcraft, sorcery, curses and blockages be removed from my life and the people who are in my life that are suf More...