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Bishop Taylor Homilies

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
In today's Gospel Jesus tells you how to be truly great: Make yourself the "last of all and the servant of all."
Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows Church
If you look to the Blessed Mother, you will see how she accepted humbly all seven of the sorrows we remember on this feast.
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
It takes self-sacrifice to be a virtuous person, but that is the price of being true to ourselves and to God. 

Prayer Book

During this time, so many people are lonely and struggling with mental health issues. More...

Please pray for all the school children whose educations have been delayed by this pandemic. More...

Junior High Youth Rally returns Nov. 14

The Junior High Youth Rally returns Nov. 14 after being canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be held Sunday, Nov. 14 at Mount St. Mary Academy in Little Rock. This year's theme, "Strengthen Each Other in the Truth," will be presented by Catholic speaker Maggie Craig. She holds a master's degree in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. This one-day event, which will also include praise and worship, games, skits, lunch and Mass, is open to youth in grades 6-8. The cost is $40 a person. Scholarships are available. Register though your parish. More

Play golf and support Catholic charities

The 2021 Bishop McDonald Memorial Golf Classic will be Monday, Oct. 18, at the Diamante Country Club in Hot Springs Village. After a year hiatus, the golf tournament returns for its 26th year to offer 40 teams a round of golf and opportunity to support Catholic Charities of Arkansas (CCA). CCA provides adoption, immigration and refugee resettlement services, free medical care, rent and utilities assistance, natural disaster response casework, legislative advocacy, prison ministry and resources to assist in parish outreach. This event will offer a four-person scramble More

Annual Red Mass returns Oct. 1

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will celebrate the 2021 Red Mass at noon, Friday, Oct. 1, at Christ the King Church in Little Rock. This event is sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society of Arkansas, which is a Catholic organization for attorneys, judges, law professors and others working in the legal profession. The Mass is celebrated each year to seek God's blessing and guidance in the administration of justice. All judges, law professors and government officials are invited to participate in the procession of the Mass. Later, Bishop Taylor will present the St. Thomas More Award posthumously More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
In today's Gospel Jesus tells you how to be truly great: Make yourself the "last of all and the servant of all."
Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows Church
If you look to the Blessed Mother, you will see how she accepted humbly all seven of the sorrows we remember on this feast.
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B 2021
It takes self-sacrifice to be a virtuous person, but that is the price of being true to ourselves and to God. 

Prayer Book

During this time, so many people are lonely and struggling with mental health issues. More...

Please pray for all the school children whose educations have been delayed by this pandemic. More...