Thursday, December 8 - Feast of the Immaculate Conception - Holyday of Obligation

Masses: 8:10AM (school mass)     12Noon     6PM     7:30PM (Spanish)


All parish offices will be closed


Weekend Masses
Saturday - 5PM

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


1st Saturday Mass


Weekday Masses & Services

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
Mass 12Noon


Wednesday 8:10AM 
School mass


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

Livestreamed masses can be viewed on the IOP Facebook page

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Friday 10:30AM - 12PM

Saturday 2-4PM  or by appointment

Parish Office Hours

Mon - Fri.  9AM - 5PM

December Baptism Instruction Classes 

Dec. 11 - 1:30PM
Parish Outreach Bldg - 327 Mildred Ave.

Dec.18 - Cancelled

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Living Rosary

Sunday, December 4

Parish Hall

About 70 people are needed for the "Living Rosary":
1 Apostle's Creed
1 Our Father
3 Hail Marys
5 to recite the Mysteries
50 to recite the Hail Marys
5 to recite the Doxology
5 to recite the Fatima prayer

Please call
Shay 704-968-8341
to let her know what you would like to recite  

Thanking you in advance for your participation and support

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Parish Tithing can be done online via this link

Liturgical Ministers Information & Updates

Info for new members of our parish


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Open to Grades 7-12

Please pray for the men and women in the military who have been deployed in the service of our country, as well as for their families

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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