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Bishop Taylor Homilies

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Jesus calls you by name because you matter to him. Your response shows how much he matters to you.
All Souls Day 2019
Communion of saints exists so we can help each other on the road to salvation.
Solemnity of All Saints 2019
We want to live up to the best that is in us, but we are weak, so the Church holds up all these canonized teenage and young adult saints to intercede for us and for us to imitate.

Prayer Book

Through the intercession of the Immaculate Mary, we ask God the Father for health, forgiveness of sins, gifts of the Holy More...

I would like prayer to receive a miracle just for me that will completely work in my favor. 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 9:30 a.m., Monday, Nov. 11 at the National Cemetery in Little Rock. Because seating is limited, participants are encouraged to bring their own chairs. All are invited to attend. The Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus color corps will present the colors. Patriotic songs will be sung and taps will be played at the end of the ceremony. In addition, Catholic parishes and schools across Arkansas host programs to honor veterans. To find events in your area, contact a parish More

Help students pay for Catholic school

The seventh annual Catholic Schools Scholarship Appeal kicks off Nov. 16 to assist schools statewide in raising funds for need-based tuition assistance. This year, applicant families qualified for $3 million to assist 765 students. Parishes and schools have committed $1.6 million in assistance, leaving $1.4 million still needed and thus the need for this appeal. Bishop Anthony B. Taylor addressed a letter to previous donors thanking them for their contributions that allowed 48 students to receive tuition assistance ranging from $500 to $1,000 per family in 2018. More

Bishop announces appointments Oct. 30

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor announced the following pastoral appointments Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, for the Diocese of Little Rock. Effective Oct. 28: Rev. Balaraju Akkala, appointed associate pastor of St. Stephen Church in Bentonville, and administrator of Blessed Stanley Rother Church in Decatur. He is relieved of his responsibilities as associate pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Rogers; Rev. Salvador Márquez-Muñoz, relieved of his responsibilities as pastor of Blessed Stanley Rother Church in Decatur. He remains pastor of St. Mary Church in Siloam Springs. More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
Jesus calls you by name because you matter to him. Your response shows how much he matters to you.
All Souls Day 2019
Communion of saints exists so we can help each other on the road to salvation.
Solemnity of All Saints 2019
We want to live up to the best that is in us, but we are weak, so the Church holds up all these canonized teenage and young adult saints to intercede for us and for us to imitate.

Prayer Book

Through the intercession of the Immaculate Mary, we ask God the Father for health, forgiveness of sins, gifts of the Holy More...

I would like prayer to receive a miracle just for me that will completely work in my favor. More...