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Bishop Taylor Homilies

Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe 2020
Wherever there is a needy person our king is not only with that person, he is that person, waiting to be helped.
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
We speak our thanks and even ritualize our thanks with a celebration, but this doesn’t mean much unless we also show our thanks.
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
If we keep our lamps lit and our eyes open, we will be ready to welcome Jesus our bridegroom coming to us every single day.

Prayer Book

Prayers for healing from COVID: Zari, Carmen, Mila, Frank and Frankie, Meza and Courtney. Healing for Aneth R. More...

For prayer for my wife and my three daughters and our twins that she is carrying now. For the strength to be a provider. More...

Bishop comments on McCarrick report

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor issued the following statement Nov. 11, 2020, about the Vatican’s report on Theodore McCarrick, the former cardinal in Washington, D.C. "I am grateful to Pope Francis for his commitment to bringing healing to the victims of clergy sexual abuse and to preventing such cases from being mishandled in the future, regardless of the prominence of the accused perpetrator. Yesterday we received concrete proof of his commitment to transparency and to bringing the light of truth to bear on this darkest of evils that has, in the case of ex-Cardinal Theodore More

Celebrate Veterans Day Mass Nov. 11

Father Nelson Rubio, associate pastor of St. Theresa Church in Little Rock, will celebrate the annual Veterans Day Mass at 9 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11 in the pavilion at the Little Rock National Cemetery at 2523 Springer Blvd, which is about two miles southeast of the state Capitol. All are invited to attend. Everyone should bring a chair, wear a mask and follow physical distancing guidelines to safeguard against COVID-19. The Knights of Columbus color corps will present the colors. Patriotic songs will be sung and taps will be played following the Mass. Catholic parishes and schools More

Are you being called to adopt a child?

Many in our culture have a negative view of adoption, but St. Pope John Paul II, in an address to adoptive families in the year 2000, made it clear that creating a family through adoption "is in no way inferior to one based on a biological connection." He said that "adopting children, regarding and treating them as one's own children, means recognizing that the relationship between parents and children is not measured only by genetic standards. Procreative love is first and foremost a gift of self. There is a form of 'procreation,' which occurs through acceptance, concern and devotion." More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe 2020
Wherever there is a needy person our king is not only with that person, he is that person, waiting to be helped.
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
We speak our thanks and even ritualize our thanks with a celebration, but this doesn’t mean much unless we also show our thanks.
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
If we keep our lamps lit and our eyes open, we will be ready to welcome Jesus our bridegroom coming to us every single day.

Prayer Book

Prayers for healing from COVID: Zari, Carmen, Mila, Frank and Frankie, Meza and Courtney. Healing for Aneth R. More...

For prayer for my wife and my three daughters and our twins that she is carrying now. For the strength to be a provider. More...