Thirteen priests in Arkansas face uncertainty over their immigration status

Thirteen priests from outside the US ministering in the Diocese of Little Rock have had to stop working, and in some cases have had to return home, because of federal delays in processing immigration paperwork.

Possible healing could advance Mother Delille's sainthood cause

For what could be the first time in the 176-year history of the Diocese of Little Rock, a diocesan tribunal submitted formal documentation to the Vatican on an alleged healing miracle of a former Arkansas college student.

Remains of Spanish explorer's cross believed discovered at Arkansas dig

Archaeologists are working to authenticate physical proof of the first Catholic liturgy in Arkansas 475 years ago near the St. Francis River, about 40 miles from the Mississippi River.


Racially charged billboard puts Arkansas city in national spotlight

Harrison, Ark., was again the center of local and national attention when a racially charged billboard was erected with a white girl holding a dog pictured and stating, "It's not Racist to (Heart) Your People."

It lists a "White Pride Radio" website, which leads to Ku Klux Klan information. The KKK is a national hate group that promotes white supremacy and has targeted blacks, immigrants, Catholics and Jews.