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Parish Events

December 2/3

Sign ups for Christmas Basket Delivery Begin December 2!

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Magi Tree - Choose a tag and purchase a gift for a family in need. 


December 5

Nativity will hold an Advent Penance Service on December 5th from 7-9pm.


Holy Family on Dec. 7 at 7:00pm,  and St. Philip every Sat 9:30am-11:00am


December 8

The Blessed virgin promised that whatever a person asked her for during this Hour of Grace (even in impossible cases) would be granted to them, if it was in accordance with the Will of the Eternal Father


My wish is that every year on the 8 December, at noon, an “Hour of Grace” will be installed. Many spiritual graces and physical blessings will be received by those who pray, undisturbed, during this hour. If the children cannot recite Psalm 51 between 12 noon and 1:00 p.m., say it in the evening as a family.


  1. Day and time of the Hour of Grace: December 8th, Feast of the Immaculate Conception, to be started at 12:00 noon and continuing until 1:00 p.m. for one full hour of prayer.

  2. During this hour, the person making the “Hour of Grace” either at home or at Church must put away all distractions (do not answer the phones or answer any doors or do anything but totally concentrate onyour union with God during this special Hour of Grace) .

  3. Begin the Hour of Grace by praying 3 times the 51st Psalm with out-stretched arms.

  4. The rest of the Hour of Grace may be spent in silent communication with God meditating upon the Passion of Jesus, saying the Holy Rosary, praising God in your own way, or by using favorite prayers, singing hymns, meditating upon other psalms, etc.

Remember to pray for your country during this hour. The Blessed Virgin has requested that her important message be sent throughout the entire world. Please help her Mission: that all souls be drawn to GOD and that JESUS will be loved in every heart. This is the perpetual song of her heart. Let it also be ours.


The Feast of the Immaculate Conception Mass will be held at 9am and 7pm. (Both Masses will be bilingual.)  

On Friday, December 8th, The TAVARES family will give a talk about Our Lady of Guadalupe Veil Codes Reflexion. Right after Mass of the Immaculate Conception at 8pm in the sanctuary. It will be bilingual. Everyone is welcome!


December 9

Breakfast With Santa On Saturday, December 9
The Women’s Group of Nativity will be hosting, “Breakfast with Santa” for the children of our parish. Santa will be listening to your Christmas wishes from 9:30 until 11:30. The breakfast, including pancakes, pork sausage patties, orange juice, milk and coffee (for the parents), will be served from 9:30 until 11:30 or while supplies last. There will be opportunities for crafts, coloring, and photos. Mark your calendar, brush off your jingle bells, and plan a visit with Santa.


December 16



World Marriage Day Wedding Anniversary Mass 

All married couples are invited to celebrate your wedding anniversary in a special way this year at the World Marriage Day Mass with Bishop Spalding at the Cathedral of the Incarnation on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at 2:30 p.m. Anniversaries of any year are encouraged to attend (special recognition for milestone anniversaries of 25, 50, 60+ years). A reception will follow the Holy Mass.  If you would like to attend, please RSVP with how many in your party will be attending to the Office of Marriage and Family Life online at or call 615-540-1235.


Jesus:  the Way, the Truth and the Life

Jesus is our savior, our redeemer, our Lord, and our God. Our belief in Jesus is what makes us who we are as Catholics, as Christians, but do we really know him as we should? Is Jesus a part of your life, or is he at the center of your life as he should be? We invite you to make him the center of your life by joining us for Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life, a 10-week video study program that explores the entirety of Jesus’ life and what he means for us as Catholics today. Nativity will begin the Jesus study in Jan. 2024 (please take a flyer and registration form from the table in the Narthex). Participants will meet every week to view an engaging video presentation by Marcellino D’Ambrosio, Jeff Cavins, and Edward Sri, followed by a lively group discussion and fellowship.
For more information contact Brenda at 262-470-6279.
We hope you can join us!




To receive subsidy for Catholic school tuition, you must sign the attendance book located at the welcome table to document Mass attendance.

St. Michael Academy's applications 
for grades Pre-K3 through 5th 
are NOW open. 

Admissions testing and interviews will follow in December and January. Please visit our social media or website for more information. We look forward to seeing your application!


Nashville Diocese News:


Search is open to any junior or senior in high school.  SEARCH is not designed to correct your character, morals, emotions, or unstable school/family life. SEARCH is an experience in encountering Jesus Christ, which will assist you in living a Christian life as you enter into young adulthood. SEARCH aims to ignite the disciple in each participant to go forth and proclaim the good news—THE GOSPEL!

What will your SEARCH number be?

2023-2024 SEARCH DATES:

Registration for the 2023-2024 SEARCH dates will open on July 1st, 2023

SEARCH 380-- December 1-3, 2023

SEARCH 381-- March 1-3, 2024

SEARCH 382-- April 5-7, 2024


Register for SEARCH


National Catholic Youth Conference


NOVEMBER 16-19, 2023


"In a distinctly Catholic setting, the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) invites high-school-aged participants to encounter Christ, experience Church, and be empowered for discipleship. NCYC is produced by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), a member organization comprised of youth ministry leaders across the United States, and includes opportunities for spiritual growth, prayer, learning, and service."

Register for NCYC: