Christ-like In All We Do and Say
Infant of Prague Church Mission
Infant of Prague Catholic Community is called by our Baptism to celebrate, witness, and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we seek to transmit our Catholic heritage by living our faith, which is the basis for helping those who come to us in need. We assume the responsibility to be an accepting and loving faith community for all peoples as we strive to provide the spiritual, educational, and social life that this parish needs and desires.
Diocesan Schools Mission Statement
The mission of the schools in the Diocese of Raleigh is to engage our school community in creating a quality education within a Catholic environment that fosters the current and future development of the whole child.
Infant of Prague Catholic School Mission
Infant of Prague Catholic School embraces the mission of Jesus Christ. We are committed to preparing our students to live as stewards of God’s creation by providing a
Christ-centered Catholic education, integrating and sound Christian principles of faith, service, and leadership with strong academic programs focused on the development of the whole child.
Children are the center of our concern and the reason for our being here.
Quality Catholic education calls us to integrate Gospel teachings and values with real life.
All secular subjects need to be taught in the light of these values.
Parents are the primary educators of their children; therefore we work closely with them in both the school and parish context.
Students of all faiths, ethnic origins, and economic levels contribute to our world community; thus, we welcome all students and strive to create and environment that reflects the dignity of each person.
Faith shared with parents, teachers, and students is nourished by prayer and worship within the total life of our school and parish community.
Students reach their individual potential by thinking clearly, forming strong convictions, and acting in ways corresponding with their beliefs for the betterment of their own lives, their Church, and society as a whole.