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Parish Mission Statement

We, the faith community of Infant of Prague Parish, united in the Holy Spirit celebrate the presence of Christ in Word, Sacrament, and each other.  We strive to build up the kingdom of God in a spirit of fellowship and service.  We welcome all to journey with us as we continue to mature in our faith by our worship of God and our reaching out to our brothers and sisters in need.


FRIDAY, 8/28-Rides, Midway, Basket Raffle, Beer Garden opens 5pm,  Music by 'Party of Nine' starts 7:30-11:30

Saturday, 8/29-Rides, Midway, Basket Raffle, opens at Noon, Beer Garden opens 3pm, Krolicks Chicken BBQ 4-7pm until sold out. Kids petting zoo from 1-4pm,  Music by 'Hit and Run' starts 7:30-11:30.

Ride Special runs both days!


Bishop Malone to ordain three men to the priesthood
3 days ago by Office of Communications

Three transitional deacons will be ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, June 6, by Bishop Richard J. Malone, bishop of Buffalo. The Mass will take place at St. Joseph Cathedral, 50 Franklin St. in downtown Buffalo, at 10 a.m.

Bishop Malone will confer holy orders on Rev. Mr. Lukasz Kopala, Rev. Mr. Thomas Michael Mahoney and Rev. Mr. Daniel Ehijiator Ogbeifun through the invocation of the Holy Spirit and the imposition of hands.

Deacon Kopala, 35, a native of Poland, is the second of three sons born into a very religious family. After seriously considering the priesthood in college, he applied to the seminary without telling his family. Although they were apprehensive at first, they saw how much happier he was a few months later and accepted his decision. He came to the United States and began his studies at SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary in Orchard Lake, Mich. His route to the priesthood led him to Buffalo where he studied the English language at the State University of New York at Buffalo in addition to his classes at Christ the King Seminary, East Aurora.

Deacon Kopala was assigned to St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Niagara Falls, for his pastoral year and previously served at Our Lady of Pompeii, Lancaster; St. Michael, Warsaw; St. Mary’s Hospital, Lewiston; and the Response to Love Center, Buffalo.

Deacon Mahoney, a Depew native and 1988 graduate of Niagara University, was a certified public accountant and controller before entering Christ the King Seminary. He sold his home, gave up his career of nearly 20 years and adapted to a school schedule and an irregular routine, but said he received so much more than he gave up and is excited about what the future holds.

During his studies, Deacon Mahoney was assigned to St. John Neumann Parish, Strykersville and Sheldon; St. Mary of Lourdes, Bemus Point and Mayville; and St. Vincent de Paul, Niagara Falls and the Town of Niagara. For his pastoral year, he was assigned to Fourteen Holy Helpers Parish in West Seneca.

In 2014, Deacon Mahoney was part of a group of seminarians who visited Israel and Turkey. He said walking in the footsteps of Jesus made it the most amazing trip he ever took.

The third candidate for ordination, Deacon Ogbeifun, was born and raised in Nigeria where he began a secular career before entering the seminary. He was a teacher, worked in the logistics and documentation department at Lagos International Airport, and worked in a marketing firm. After studying in Belgium and earning his diploma in pastoral theology and catechesis, Deacon Ogbeifun moved to the United States. He finished his studies at Christ the King Seminary and has served at St. Mary, Lancaster, and Mary Immaculate, East Bethany, before spending his pastoral year at St. Benedict Parish, Eggertsville.

Deacon Ogbeifun, who will be the first African-born priest ordained in the Diocese of Buffalo, plans to travel to Nigeria later in the month to say Mass in his home town. His bishop from Nigeria, as well as some family, will be attending the ordination in Buffalo.

Following their ordinations, the three new diocesan priests will receive their first pastoral assignments at a parish in the eight-county Diocese of Buffalo.


The Marriage Counseling Center of Catholic Charities offers two locations (Amherst and West Seneca) and is a unique resource in Western New York because of its dedication to counseling couples for more than 50 years. Services are provided by master's level therapists who specialize in couples' treatment, pre-marital counseling and individual counseling for relationship problems. Last year the center assisted more than 4,000 people! To refer a couple, simply give the interested party our phone number, 716-839-4406, and have them call our office between 5:45am-4:45pm weekdays. Find Catholic Charities at

Parish News and Announcements-

Registration for Faith Formation...

Registration for classes will be held during the lawn fete, Aug. 28, 29 and after Masses on the 29th.  There will be a catechist meeting Tuesday, August 11th at 6:30 pm in the school library.








When traveling this upcoming summer..dont forget!


Grief Support Group...1st and 3rd Mondays 4-5:30pm.  St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church, Cleveland Dr., Cheektowaga

IOP is a Erie county nutrition and stay fit site!  Seniors, come for a delicious meal, community and excercises!  Call Lin for info and reservations @ 632-9574













RCIA classes ongoing throughout the year......

Do you know anyone wondering about the church?  "Why do Catholics do that?"  Do you or someone you know need to be confirmed?  RCIA, the rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is the answer and the beginning!  Please call the parish center to register and for info...634-3660.

Please check the weekly bulletin for a complete list of Parish news, announcements, and events. Click HERE to download Infant of Prague online bulletins.



Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am & 10:30 am
Weekday Masses:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 am
Saturday 2:30-3:30 pm and after any daily Mass on request
Anointing of the Sick:
After any daily Mass on request and the last Monday of the month at the 8:30 am Mass
First Friday Adoration:
9:00 am - 6:00 pm