Welcome to Nativity!
The weekend of October 24/25, Nativity will be hosting a transitional deacon from the seminary for his preaching practicum. Please pray for Deacon Beltz as he continues his preparation to be ordained into the priesthood.
Saturday, 4:30pm – Nativity
Sunday, 9:00am – Holy Trinity
Sunday, 11:00am – Nativity
Monday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity
Tuesday, 8:15am – Nativity (school Mass)
Thursday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity
Friday, 8:15am – Nativity
First Saturday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity (rosary follows then confessions)
Opportunity for confession are available by Saturdays from 3-4 at Nativity and by appointment.
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 background, ethnicity, and economic resource. All are welcome to join in the prayer and fellowship, to belong here now and for generations to come.
The Catholic faithful who reside in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and all other Catholics in the archdiocese continue to be dispensed from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass. Those who are at risk or fearful that they or their family might become sick are encouraged to stay home and join the Church by viewing Mass online.
- Saturday, 4:30pm – Nativity (confessions 3-4pm)
- Sunday, 9:00am – Holy Trinity
- Sunday, 11:00am – Nativity
- Monday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity
- Tuesday, 8:15am – Nativity (school Mass)
- Thursday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity
- Friday, 8:15am – Nativity
- First Saturday, 7:45am – Holy Trinity (rosary follows then confessions)
- Opportunity for confession will also remain available by appointment.