Being Catholic

USCCB.org

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website offers Catholic resources such as daily readings, the Bible, news from the USCCB and Vatican, the catechism

and more. 

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

The Catholic Diocese of Little Rock website is the official website for the Catholic Diocese in Arkansas and provides information on the ministries of the Diocese, staff, Mass times, links to parishes/schools, and more.

Arkansas Catholic

The Arkansas Catholic newspaper is the official news source for the 

Diocese of Little Rock.

National Catholic Register

After more than 80 years, the National Catholic Register  continues to provide its readers with timely news reporting from across  the United States, from the Vatican, and from around the world. 

The Holy See

The official website of the Vatican 

in Rome, Italy.

EWTN Catholic Television

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 36th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. 

RCIA: Becoming Catholic

RCIA is an acronym meaning "Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults"

If you are interested in becoming Catholic, please contact the church office.

Contact Us

Coming Home

If you would like to return to the Catholic Faith and practice through the sacraments, please click the link below for resources at the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock's Faith Formation Ministry.

Come Home

Help for Married Couples

 This Diocesan program offers tools needed to rediscover a loving marriage  relationship.

Heal your Marriage

Calix Society for Addicts

The Calix Society of Central Arkansas  is a unit of the national Calix Society, which is a Catholic  organization that helps alcoholics or other addicts and their families recover and heal.

Find out more

Diocesan Calendar of Events

The Diocese will list Catholic events in Arkansas where the public is invited. The following are examples of events they will list: 


  • Parish, school, religious or any Catholic organizational events
  • Lenten and Advent missions and activities
  • Conferences and retreats hosted by the diocese, parishes, retreat houses or religious orders
  • Major parish or institutional anniversary events
  • Retreats, festivals, fundraisers or feast day events 

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus is a worldwide Catholic men's organization  focusing on charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. To learn more,  visit the Knights of Columbus.


Click the link below for local resources.

Knights of Columbus

Word on Fire Articles

USCCB Daily Readings