HEALTHY LIVING FOR YOUR BRAIN and BODY
The Nativity Health Ministry invites the community to attend this well received educational program sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association. The program provides recommendations in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement for promoting healthy aging.
Tuesday, April 30th
Nativity School Cafeteria
All are welcomed to attend. Refreshments will be served.
Lesson 5: The Indispensable Men will be held on Tuesday, April 9th at 7pm in School room 113.
This episode of Bishop Barron’s Catholicism series is a wonderful preparation for Easter. It focuses on Peter, the rock upon which the church is built, and Paul, the first missionary. These two, strong, stubborn, charismatic men will come alive to you in a new way as they bear withness to the stunning, revolutionary, cosmos-shattering death and Resurrection of our Savior.
Everyone is welcome!
Please consider joining us in church on March 9th at 1 pm for an hour of Adoration, reflection, and prayer with our Confirmation candidates. Father Peter will lead us in Adoration, the rosary, and Benediction. What a great way to show our support and pray for our candidates.
Please join us for Krolick’s famous fish fry at Nativity to benefit the Haiti Medical Clinic on Friday, March 15th from 4:00-6:30pm. Take out only.
Pre-sale tickets are $12 and can be purchased after Mass on March 9th and 10th, in the Parish office, or by calling Patti Raab at 662-2212.
The Knights of Columbus has established Saturday, March 9th as Nativity of Our Lord’s Habitat Volunteer Day. Parishoners can volunteer to the learn the good work of Habitat and also provide an opportunity to help rebuild Buffalo homes. Please let Dennis know if you can help! (716) 308-7858
Congratulations, Zoe Aylsworth!
The Bishop’s Altar Server Award was established to honor an altar server from each parish for their dedication and service to their parish. The 2019 Awards Mass took place at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. with Bishop Richard J. Malone presenting a medal to each honoree.