Whether you're a current parishioner, or a Catholic from another parish thinking about joining us, curious about becoming Catholic or just interested in learning more about the Catholic faith,
WE WELCOME YOU!
We hope you find warmth and hospitality here. As you become aquainted with this website, you will see a multi-cultural and spiritual family whose friendships grow out of faith, love and service. Please join us in the sacramental life where the Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of every activity.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish is in the Salina Diocese and is the only Catholic Church in Sherman County. The Bishop of the Salina Diocese is the Most Rev. Edward J. Weisenburger. This parish has been in existence since 1889 and numbers around 286 families- and now you have added another. To have an accurate listing of our parishioners, we ask all Catholics who are eighteen years of age and older, single or married, to register at the Parish Office. We ask newly married couples, even if you were previously registered under your family names, to please register in your own name.
OLPH Parish Office: 785-890-7205
Tues. 5:30pm MT
Wed. 7:30am MT
Fri. 12:10pm MT
Sat. 6:00pm MT
Sun. 10:30am MT
12:30pm MT [Spanish]
Confessions Sat. 5-5:45pm or by appointment
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in
union with the
Roman Catholic Church
chooses to be an evangelizing people.
We desire that our Faith
Radiate the love of Jesus
By the way we think, speak, and act.
We strive to share
Our enthusiasm for the Gospel
By becoming a welcoming, forgiving
and reconciling Community.
We strive to live the Gospel values
that transform our families, our neighborhoods
and our whole society.
Fr. Norbert Dlabal, Pastor
Fr. Kyle Berens, Assoicate Pastor
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Goodland, KS
Holy Ghost Parish in Sharon Springs, KS
St. Francis in St. Francis, KS
St. Joseph in Bird City, KS
Holy Ghost Parish Office: 785-852-4984
403 N Main, Box 190. Sharon Springs, KS 67758
Wed. 6:15pm MT
Thurs. 7:00am MT
Sun. 8:00am MT
Confessions 30 minutes before Mass
For Holy Day Masses check bulletin annoucements
Sunday Aug 9th
Bring a dish to share
and a lawn chair