Schedules & Sacramental Life



Mass Schedule

Sunday Eucharist
Saturday Vigil - 5PM
Sunday - 8:00AM, 10:30AM, 12:30PM
Misa en Espanol - Sunday 2PM

Weekday Eucharist
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday - 9AM
Wednesday - 8:10AM
(when school is in session), 12:10PM

Sacramental Life

Friday - after the 9AM mass
Saturday 3:30-4:30PM or by appointment

Parental attendance at a Preparation Class for the first child to be baptized is mandatory. This class is held on the last Sunday of each month at 1:30PM, in the Parish Hall, 4PM in Spanish. Pre-registration is not required. To have your child baptized you must meet the following requirements: 1) be a registered parishioner for at least 3 months; 2) be practicing the faith; 3) have obtained the signed Godparent Eligibility form and returned it to the Parish Office. Please check the bulletin monthly for possible changes of class dates.

Parents planning to have children baptized in the near future need to contact the Parish Office in advance to obtain Godparent Eligibility forms. These forms will need to be returned to the Parish Office before any baptism date will be scheduled.

Arrangements must be made with a parish priest at least 6 months before the requested date. To be married at Infant of Prague, you must be a registered member of our parish for at least 6 months.

Anointing of the Sick
If you have a loved one who is in the hospital, a nursing home or homebound and is in need of anointing, please notify the parish priest. Priests can’t visit sick people if hey are unaware of their situation.

You can also fill out the request form for Anointing of the Sick.  Complete the information and place in the collection basket.  Please make sure to provide us with the given name, not nickname, of the patient.

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Patient confidentiality is an increasing concern throughout the United States. We are no longer able to look in a book to see who in the hospital is Catholic, permitting the priest to make a visit. We ask that you please call the parish office for details on receiving:

  1. the Eucharist when you are in the hospital or if you are homebound

  2. the anointing of the sick, which should be scheduled with a priest prior to a schedule medical treatment. This sacrament is meant to be celebrated at the beginning of an illness rather than an “emergency room” sacrament.

Please do not assume that the priest or office staff know you are in the hospital or homebound. Please call or have a family member call the Parish Office indicating that you would like a visitation from a priest or Eucharistic Minister prior to your admission to or shortly after your admission to the hospital.

Other Schedules

Faith Development Program
Sunday, 9:15-10:15AM

Baptismal Preparation
Last Sunday of the month, 1:30PM (Eng); 3PM (Sp)