Welcome to Nativity!
Nativity was founded in 1917 by a small group of Catholics serving the communities of Pleasant Ridge, Kennedy Heights, Amberley Village, Golf Manor and parts of Columbia Township/ Ridgewood. You will find Nativity to be a faith-filled, vibrant community; a people of varied background ethnicity and economic resource. Nativity is a great place to be, lighting the way to the future through faith, service and prayer. The heart of our community is the Eucharist. We welcome guests and visitors and all those looking for a faith community. All are welcome to join in the prayer and the many activities that take place in our parish.
Saturday – 4:30 pm
Sunday – 9:00 & 11:00 am
Weekdays – 8:15 am
Holy Days – 8:15 am & 7:00 pm
Reconciliation – Saturdays – 3:30 pm
Eucharistic Adoration – 2nd Wednesday of the month 7:00 pm
Festival Volunteers Needed!
Follow this link to sign up for volunteer shifts at the 2017 Nativity Fall Fest. Feel free to take more than one shift and/or invite your friends to join you. If you have any questions or do not want to use the sign up genius website to volunteer, feel free to contact the Fall Fest volunteer coordinator Janet Nawroth at email@example.com or 513-519-1532
Nativity 6th grade students, long-time parishioners and artists from Mad River Theater Works commemorate Nativity’s history with a play
During the week of April 24th through the 28th, Nativity 6th grade students worked with artists from Mad River Theater Works to write a short play and songs based on snippets of stories told by alumni and long-time parishioners Angela Davis, Tom Glenn, Mary Anne...read more
During the month of February, Nativity kindergarten teachers Katie Hungler and Annalia Valle assisted their students in making 100 valentines for a local nursing home. The valentines were delivered to residents of St. Margaret Hall on February 13. The residents were...read more
Nativity marked its 100th year with a Centennial Mass on February 26 with Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr serving as presider and Father Paul DeLuca concelebrating. Also participating in the Mass were priests who were formerly assigned at Nativity or were sons of the...read more