New Haven, CT: Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague & Tomb of Father James McGivney
About the Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague in New Haven:
One of the most revered images throughout the world, the statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague is honored here as well as in Prague.
You can attend daily Mass here and you are invited to have your intentions remembered here as well.
The Shrine is under the direction of the Dominican Friars and is located in Saint Mary’s Church.
About the tomb of Venerable Father James McGivney:
The tomb of Father McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus, is located in the rear of the church and is open to visitors.
Traveling to the Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague in New Haven, CT:
Address: 5 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, CT 06505
GPS coordinates: 41° 18′ 42.6780” N, 72° 55′ 25.3704” W
Tel: +1 (203) 562-9326
Click here for the official website of the Shrine of the Infant of Prague in New Haven, Connecticut.
We suggest you combine your visit here with a stop at the Knights of Columbus Museum, also in New Haven and just a short distance from here.
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We are traveling from Massachusetts to honor the shrine of the Infant of Prague at St Mary’s and to start the 9 hour Novena. I know the upper church is being repaired, but where will the statue of the infant be placed ?