Weekend Masses
Saturday - 5PM

Sunday8AM, 10:30AM, 12:15PM(Spanish)

Every 1st Saturday
Rosary of the Aurora 5AM, followed by Mass


Weekday Masses & Services

Mass 12Noon

Mass 12Noon          Holy Hour 7:30PM
School Mass 8:10AM        Mass 12Noon

Mass 9AM
Rosary 6:15PM           Mass 7PM  (Spanish)

Mass 12Noon

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Sacrament of Reconciliation
Friday 11AM - 12PM

Saturday 2-4PM  or by appointment

Parish Office Hours

Mon - Fri.  9AM - 5PM

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Church Repair Message
from the IOP Business Manager

In the upcoming weeks our church will once again be undergoing repairs.  This time we will have to sand, repair and re-stain the central portion of the church (above the altar).  These restorations are due to the damage that we sustained during Hurricane Florence (water protrusion from the steeple area.) 

It has taken us almost three years to find a contractor willing and able to do these renovations.  Unfortunately because of the large area that needs to be repaired, we will once again have scaffolding and tarps in the church.  


With that being said, we are not able to open the church for daily or weekend mass.   Starting on June 21 all masses will be held in the Parish Hall.




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Mission Statement

Called by our Baptism and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Infant of Prague Catholic Church and School celebrates our Unity in God through worship, sacraments and adoration. We educate in faith, embrace stewardship and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 


PARISH MOTTO: “Be Christ-like in all we say and do.” 
Compassion  Honesty  Reverence  Integrity  Service  Trust

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