As Catholics we strive to live the Sacramental Life as proscribed by our Lord, Jesus Christ in unity with His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. The source and summit of our Faith is the Eucharist offered during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. But, our parish graced with many opportunities to express our love of God and all peoples. Infant Jesus offers the following opportunities for strengthening and growing our faith, for better understanding our faith, for prayer and worship, for spiritual growth and more.
Defining our Catholic Christian Faith begins with concepts of mystery. Not mystery in the sense of a detective novel, but in the sense of concepts that infinite in nature and therefore infinitely difficult to fully understand. But, as reasonable and rational beings, graced with God's divine revelations, we can begin to understand these mysteries and with prayer, meditation and study come to greater and greater depths of understanding of God, life, the universe and ourselves.
- One God as Trinity:
- Jesus, the Son of God as Fully Human and Fully Divine:
- The Life, Death and Resurrection of Jesus for our Salvation:
- Creation and the Fall:
- The One Church as the Bride and Body of Christ
- The Seven Sacraments
- The Communion of Saints
- The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God
- Salvation - The Last Four Things
The Way of the Christian Life
- Prayer and Worship - Building a Divine Relationship
- Sunday Mass: On Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, baptized Catholics are obligated to attend the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Please see our Mass Times for when and where Sunday Masses at Infant Jesus are held.
- Weekday Mass: At Infant Jesus we are blessed to have the privilege of attending regular scheduled weekday Masses. While attending these is not an obligation, they offer us the opportunity to hear the Word of God, the Holy Eucharist and a chance to spend some time with our Lord and Creator on daily basis. Please see our Mass Times for when and where weekday Masses at Infant Jesus are held.
- Holy Orders
- Anointing of the Sick