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The Community of Nativity Catholic Church is a welcoming family of believers empowered by Baptism, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and nurtured by the gift of the Eucharist. As witnesses of deep faith in Jesus Christ and His compassionate love, we are dedicated to enriching the lives of all through spiritual growth, fellowship, religious education, stewardship, and our willingness to share the Word of God.  

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Parish Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM

Fridays 9 AM - 1 PM

 1st Saturdays 9 AM - 12 PM

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Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm

Sunday Mass: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:30 am

Daily Mass: Monday - Saturday 8:30 am

Holy Days: 8:30 am, 7:00 pm

Reconciliation (Confession): Saturdays 9:00 am - 10:00 am or by appointment

Adoration: Fridays 9:00 am - 12 noon


Catholic News

Pope Francis thanks Church in Poland for World Youth Day

(Vatican Radio) The Bishops Conference of Poland has released the text of a letter sent by Pope Francis to thank the country for the reception he received last month during World Youth Day.

In the letter, Pope Francis told the Church in Poland he was “deeply moved by your strong faith and the unwavering hope that you have kept in spite of difficulties and tragedies, and by your fervent love, which animates your human and Christian pilgrimage.”

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Pope sends message to 67th National Liturgical Week in Italy

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a message, signed by Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, to the Bishop of Castellaneta, Claudio Maniago on the occasion of the 67th National Liturgical Week in Italy which takes place in Gubbio.

Below is a Vatican Radio translation of the Message

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Pope Francis: life is no video game, the goal of salvation is serious

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis on Sunday said “life is not a video game or a soap opera; our life is serious and the goal to achieve is important: eternal salvation.”  Speaking to pilgrims gathered for the Angelus prayer in St. Peter's Square, the Pope focused on the theme of eternal salvation and referred to the day’s Gospel reading in which a man asks Jesus how many people will be saved. “It doesn’t matter how many,” the Pope noted, “but it is important that everyone knows which is the path that leads to salvation.”  And the door to salvation lies in Jesus, he said, and we can cross the threshold of God's mercy through love, and by overcoming pride, arrogance and sin.

Below, please find a Vatican Radio translation of the Pope’s Angelus address:

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