Welcome to Nativity!
We welcome guests and visitors and all those seeking a faith community. Whoever you are and wherever you’ve come from you are welcome here. From its founding in 1917 to today, 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. Through the Eucharist, we are invited to a personal relationship with Jesus. To know Jesus is to love our neighbor. You will find Nativity to be a faith-filled, vibrant community; a people of varied backgrounds, ethnicity, and economic resource. All are welcome to join in the prayer and fellowship, to belong here now and for generations to come.
in appreciation of Fr. Eric Roush, Pastor Holy Trinity/Nativity Pastoral Region, Sunday, October 24, 2021 Noon to 2 pm
Nativity families are invited to meet and greet Father Eric at an outdoor Welcoming Reception in the Nativity courtyard on Sunday, October 24th immediately following the 11 am Mass. Join others in the Nativity community for fun, food and drink as we reconnect with each other and Father Eric. Dress is casual.
RSVP required by October 8th so that an accurate count can be provided to the caterer. A light lunch will be available. RSVP online or by calling the parish office at (513) 531-3164.
REVIEW AND COMMENT ON DRAFT “FAMILIES OF PARISHES”
Make sure your voice is heard! Beacons of Light, the archdiocese-wide pastoral planning process currently underway, will result in all parishes being grouped into “Families” under the leadership of one pastor. A draft of this plan will be shared for public comment October 1-20 at www.BeaconsAOC.org. Do not miss this opportunity to provide your input to this important initiative which will shape the future of our Archdiocese.
Live Stream Mass
We are excited to announce that we are now able to live stream Masses at Nativity Church!
Those who are ill, have significant health risk factors or care for someone who is compromised or ill, are not obligated to attend Mass in-person on Sunday and Holy Days as well as those who have significant fear or anxiety of contracting the coronavirus in a large group of people. These should observe the Lord’s Day and are encouraged to spend time in prayer on Sunday, meditating on the Lord’s passion, death and resurrection. An appropriate way to do this is through viewing a broadcast of Sunday Mass.
NOTE: Mass that is broadcast through various media, including livestream, is not intended as an alternative nor does it fulfill the obligation for persons who are able to gather for a Sunday celebration and other Holy Days. They are intended for the sick, homebound, imprisoned etc. who are unable to attend Mass in person.
- Saturday, 4:30 pm – Nativity (confessions 3-4pm)
- Sunday, 9:00 am – Holy Trinity
- Sunday, 11:00 am – Nativity
- Monday, 8:15 am – Holy Trinity
- Tuesday, 8:15 am – Nativity (school Mass)
- Thursday, 8:15 am – Holy Trinity
- Friday, 8:15 am – Nativity
- First Saturday, 8:15 am – Holy Trinity (rosary follows then confessions)
- Opportunity for confession will also remain available by appointment.
BEACONS OF LIGHT: PASTORAL PLANNING FOR OUR THIRD CENTURY
Archbishop Schnurr has announced the next phase of pastoral planning, called “Beacons of Light.” The process is designed to foster vital parish life throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, leading all to radiate Christ in our homes, places of work, schools, parishes and the wider world. Sign up online to receive the free Beacons of Light e-newsletter which will provide monthly prayers, reflections and planning process updates beginning mid-January 2021.
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