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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal 2020
CASA is one way we can love one another as Jesus has loved us.
Baptism of the Lord 2020
We recall our own baptism into the mystery of Jesus' death and resurrection. We emerged from that water reborn as citizens of the Kingdom of God, a kingdom of justice and holiness.
Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 2019
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph is our great model for how to respond to God’s call, to say yes to his will and to walk by faith always.

Prayer Book

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Pick up your CRS Rice Bowl at Mass

When you go to Mass today, don't forget to pick up your CRS Rice Bowl. This annual Lenten project encourages participants to perform a simple sacrifice by substituting a low-cost meatless meal for more expensive dining once a week, and put the money saved in the cardboard "rice bowl." Donations may also be made online. Every year Catholic families from 14,000 communities across the United States are using nearly 4 million rice bowls for almsgiving, which are turned in at the end of Lent. The money collected, which is about $12 million annually, is distributed to those in need. More

40 Days for Life starts Ash Wednesday

The international Lenten campaign of 40 Days for Life begins on Ash Wednesday and continues through April 5. In Arkansas, it is being held across the street from Little Rock Family Planning Services, the abortion facility located at #4 Office Park Drive in Little Rock. The prayer vigil is held each day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The 40 Days for Life ministry highlights prayer, fasting and a peaceful, prayer vigil outside an abortion facility to pray for an end to abortion. Little Rock participants are asked to park at the Crafton and Tull building on Financial Parkway and Hermitage. More

Calix to help recovering alcoholics

The Calix Society of Central Arkansas helps alcoholics in recovery and their families come together to find support and spiritual healing through the Catholic tradition. It is a unit (chapter) of the national organization that was founded in 1947 in Minnesota. Calix Society gatherings begin with Mass celebrated by chaplain Father Andrew Hart, and are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. in Fletcher Hall Chapel, ground level. A meeting will follow in the adjacent music room until 7 p.m. Catholics who are working a program of recovery are welcome to attend More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal 2020
CASA is one way we can love one another as Jesus has loved us.
Baptism of the Lord 2020
We recall our own baptism into the mystery of Jesus' death and resurrection. We emerged from that water reborn as citizens of the Kingdom of God, a kingdom of justice and holiness.
Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 2019
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph is our great model for how to respond to God’s call, to say yes to his will and to walk by faith always.

Prayer Book

Please pray for my wife, Jennifer. More...

Please pray that the Lord would send me more roof jobs. Thanks. More...