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Mission Statement and Values





We welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about the Catholic Church and/or converting to the Catholic faith through the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.  You can learn more about RCIA by visiting the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website, here.
Some other websites that you may find helpful would be:
Catholics Come Home
Usually, our RCIA classes begin in the fall.  You are invited to contact our Pastor, Father Barry Clayton at 785-284-0888 for more information.


Texting Communication


We are excited to announce that has become a partner in an exciting 24/7 on-line web-based digital formation series called FORMED, produced by the Augustine Institute and Ignatius Press. This series is designed to help adults grow in their faith at all levels – how we think, how we pray, and how we live.

Better yet, access is FREE to all parishioners and their families anywhere, anytime on computers, tablets, or phones. Have you wanted to be able to share more with others but felt you were lacking in knowledge? Through this content you will be able to not only learn more about the Catholic Faith but also go deeper and strengthen your own relationship with God. You will learn through beautiful videos, music, and notable Catholic speakers, educators as well as be able to read further on the topics through online links. FORMED is a game-changer, a real immersion of Faith!

To access FORMED:

  • Go to
  • Enter our PARISH CODE: b70478
  • Create a personal account with a username and password
  • Enjoy all the best Catholic content all in one place!


Formed // Roman Roads from Formed on Vimeo.





I am glad to be assigned by the Archbishop to Sacred Heart, St. Augustine, and St. James Parishes. I am glad to serve you. My primary responsibility as Pastor (a Latin word meaning Shepherd) is to help you on the way to Heaven! By God's grace may all of you and myself, please God, enter the Glory of Heaven!

Sincerely in Christ through Mary,

Father Clayton