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Baileyville Knights of Columbus Council # 13087
The Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic men who are committed to charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.

Their primary goal is to support the parish community through family-oriented activities and programs. Members participate in various activities throughout the year supporting the Church, Catholic Education, Respect Life organizations, Seminarians, Mentally Handicapped, local youth, and many other noteworthy projects. Come and check us out!

  • Date: Every Third Wednesday of the Month
  • Time: 7:00pm
  • Place: Church Basement
Grand Knight Dennis Heideman
Financial Secretary John Deters
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The Altar Society is a parish organization which provides an opportunity for women to become acquainted, to support one another and to enjoy social fellowship.

The Sacred Heart Altar Society is named after St. Anne (Patron of Housewives). The women of St. Anne's Altar Society take care of the: Annual Parish Picnic, Funeral Dinners, Play Bingo with residents at two care homes once a month, clean the church, decorate the church,  and cover other general duties as needed by the church. Members of the Altar Society are asked to pay a $5 due each year and donate their time and baking abilities to the needs to the church.

  • Date: As announced
  • Time: As announced
  • Place: Sacred Heart Parish Hall
President Chelsie Ronnebaum
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Secretary Betsy Macke
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Mass Intentions

Remember a loved one.

You may request a Mass for any of the special intentions listed below. Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to make a request. Write Mass Intention in your subject line. In the body of your message please include:

  • the type of intention,
  • the name(s) of the intended,
  • the name of the requestor and
  • the date you would like your mass.
  • A phone number we can best use to reach you 

The rectory will then check availability of your date and get back to you with either a confirmation or suggested alternative dates if your date is already taken.

Some Mass Intentions might be:

  • for the Living
  • for the Deceased
  • in Thanksgiving

A donation of $10.00, payable by check to Sacred Heart Parish or by cash is customary when requesting a mass. Your mass intention will be published in our bulletin the week of your mass and announced at the mass by the celebrant. If you do not use email, you may call us at 785-336-6464
Thank you.


Give a gift of beauty

Flowers in the sanctuary remind us of the everlasting beauty of the love of God to all his people. Thus, we offer these flowers back to God in love and thanksgiving. Sacred Heart Church provides opportunity for individuals/families to offer and dedicate altar flowers for Sunday liturgy. You can donate altar flowers in thanksgiving for a birthday, anniversary or other special event, or in memory of a loved one. Any amount towards flowers is welcome. You may make your donation by calling the parish office 785-336-6464 or Judy Deters at 785-336-6686 / 294-1453. The donor’s name and appropriate dedication will be printed in Parish bulletin.

Special Gift Opportunities

If you feel called to make a special gift to Sacred Heart Parish we are truly thankful for your consideration. There are always opportunities to make such gifts to the parish. We invite you to call the rectory to make arrangements for any of the following:

  • Discuss with the Pastor your own idea
  • Discuss with the Pastor his "wish-list"
  • Remember Sacred Heart Parish in your will

Two acres were bought from John Dick for a cemetery, paid for by donations and payment of lots. The first burial in the cemetery is Mrs. Gertrude Broxterman, the wife of Frank Broxterman, who died May 1, 1913. In 1918 a Crucifixion group of ore-bronze was erected on Bedford stone in the cemetery. Father Joseph Hohe (died Jan. 20, 1925) would be laid to rest beneath it.

During the pastorate of Father Robert Pool and with the leadership of the veterans in the parish (Father Pool himself a veteran) in 1982 thirty-eight flag poles were installed in a double row through the center of the Sacred Heart Cemetery to create an Avenue of Flags. When in place, the flags along with the name of a veteran at the base of each flag pole, present a spectacular patriotic scene. By 1990, while the parish was guided by Father Weigel, it became apparent that the

Most recently, the cemetery has been enhanced with the addition of a directory of parishioners who have been buried to better help loved ones find the gravestones.

For all matters regarding the Cemetery, please call Damien Deters at 785-741-2722 or Judy Deters at 785-294-1453 or our Parish Office at 785-336-6464, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..