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Bishop Taylor Homilies

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Give to Caesar what is Caesar's: Do your civic duty and vote. But Give to God what is God's in the choices you make in casting that ballot.
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Those who say they are Christians but live like pagans are like the man not properly dressed for the banquet. His punishment was to be "bound hand and feet and cast out into the darkness outside, where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth."
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Being good stewards of all that God has given us also serves to remind us of who we are, and that we are bound to God in a relationship of master and servant.

Prayer Book

Prayers for all COVID-19 patients. Prayers for total recovery. Especially for Mae. More...

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Bishop clarifies pope's comment

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor issued the following statement, Oct. 22, 2020, to clarify Pope Francis' comment about same-sex civil unions during a brief passage in the documentary film, "Francesco," which premiered in Rome Oct. 21, 2020. "The major theme of Pope Francis’ apostolic ministry has been to call the Church to reach out with mercy to those on the margins. This is the mercy of coming close to Jesus. Mercy is the lens through which Pope Francis calls us to view and respond to situations of poverty, migration, racial and income inequality, the environment and people affected More

Retrouvaille to help marriages virtually

Do you feel lost, alone or bored in your marriage? Are you frustrated, hurt or angry with your spouse? Are you constantly fighting? Or, do you simply shut down? Have you thought about separation or divorce? Does talking about it only make it worse? Retrouvaille is available to help, heal and renew your troubled marriage. It consists of a weekend and 12 post-weekend sessions over a three-month period focused on communication between husband and wife. The word, "Retrouvaille" (Re-tro-vi) means More

Help Calvary Cemetery bloom in spring

Each fall, families and friends are invited to purchase daffodil bulbs to be planted on the graves of their loved ones in Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock. That way, by spring, the bright yellow flowers become a living memorial to all those who have been laid to rest in the historic cemetery.  For a minimum donation of $10, cemetery staff will plant a group of five daffodils on the grave of your choice. (Five-bulb groups cannot be split.) Proceeds support the upkeep of the cemetery grounds. To order daffodils, download and complete the order form. For more information, contact More

Bishop Taylor Homilies

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Give to Caesar what is Caesar's: Do your civic duty and vote. But Give to God what is God's in the choices you make in casting that ballot.
28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Those who say they are Christians but live like pagans are like the man not properly dressed for the banquet. His punishment was to be "bound hand and feet and cast out into the darkness outside, where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth."
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A
Being good stewards of all that God has given us also serves to remind us of who we are, and that we are bound to God in a relationship of master and servant.

Prayer Book

Prayers for all COVID-19 patients. Prayers for total recovery. Especially for Mae. More...

Hello and God bless you all. More...