The Catholic Church is blessed to welcome 583 new Catholics this Easter. In this section, you'll find the names of the new Catholics, photos and quotes from Catholics about why they chose this new path. Let us continue to pray for our new fellow Catholics!(April 18, 2019)
During the season of Lent, Catholics become more focused on spiritual growth and seeking forgiveness. In this section, you’ll learn more about the sacrament of reconciliation, how to make a good confession and facts about it you may not know. Lenten events throughout the state and a book by Father Njopmo on adoration is also included.(March 11, 2019)
Catholic Schools are keeping up with an ever-changing society, while staying rooted in the faith. To keep students safe, principals have reevaluated active shooter drills. In preparation for STEM careers, students are programming and building robots, learning skills that will last beyond graduation. Superintendent Theresa Hall shares how Catholic education is a gift and schools discuss their plans to celebrate Catholic Schools Week.(January 25, 2019)
With almost a semester into the school year, Catholic Schools in Arkansas have been busy adding new safety initiatives, spreading kindness and fundraising. In this section, you’ll read about the only school resource officer in the state, Father John Antony’s new book, Ozark Catholic Academy’s new “houses” for students and more.(November 16, 2018)
Far too often, we hear stories of corporate corruption, tax cheating and taking unfair advantage of workers.
But what do we hear about people who strive to keep their faith, ethics and morals at the forefront of their business lives?
Arkansas Catholic sought recommendations from parishioners for Catholic business professionals who are leading with faith. We selected five people to tell a story of faith-driven business leadership in Arkansas.(October 16, 2018)