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Christie Powell concludes her meditation of the 14th station, with "The story does not end here." http://bit.ly/dolrst14. In this video, we celebrate the rest of the story: Jesus' resurrection from the dead. "We know that Christ, raised from the dead, dies no more; death no longer has power over him. As to his death, he died to sin once and for all; as to his life, he lives for God. Consequently, you too must think of yourselves as being dead to sin and living for God in Christ Jesus." (Romans 6:9-11). http://bit.ly/1eMWwLL Show lessRead more
Bishop Emeritus Andrew J. McDonald, 90, our beloved, former bishop for 28 years, died April 1, 2014 at St. Joseph Home for the Elderly in Palatine, Ill. He served as chaplain at the retirement home from 2002 to 2013. Bishop McDonald was the fifth bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock serving from 1972 to 2000. The vigil service with rosary for Bishop McDonald was held Monday, April 7 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock. It was followed by an all-night vigil during which the Cathedral remained open for prayer and visitation. The Mass of Christian Burial and interment was celebrated at the Cathedral on Tuesday, April 8. Learn more: http://bit.ly/bishopmcdonald.
The following Stations of the Cross offer reflections from Catholics in Arkansas. They are accompanied by illustrations from both indoor and outdoor stations at churches and monasteries throughout the state. There are also photos from live reenactments of Christ's passion and death, which are held each year on Good Friday. Together the meditations and artwork show the beauty and diversity of God's revelation to humanity. The Diocese of Little Rock may encompass the entire state of Arkansas, but we are one in the body of Christ.
Learn how our seminarians were called by watching them share their vocation stories. To learn more, read about them: http://www.dolr.org/offices/vocations/seminarians.php.
These videos were filmed during the Year of Faith, a special event, celebrated worldwide, from Oct. 11, 2012, the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, to Nov. 24, 2013, the solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King. In the Diocese of Little Rock, Bishop Anthony B. Taylor summed up the purpose of the Year of Faith in a Sept. 9, 2012 letter to Arkansas pastors. He said we are to: Open our hearts to get to know Jesus better; Open our minds to understand and embrace Jesus' teachings more fully; and Engage our wills to address today's issues in the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To learn more visit: http://www.dolr.org/yearoffaith.php.