“May we always care for our children, not counting the cost, so that they may never believe themselves to be mistakes, but always know their infinite worth.”

-Pope Francis


Children bring promise to the Church and its future, and we at Nativity are dedicated to our young ones.  There are many opportunities for the children of our parish to learn, grow, and pray in community.  Fundamental educational opportunities include:



Totus Tuus (Latin for ‘Totally Yours’) is a summer program for children and teens going into grades 1-12.  Two teaching teams of four college-aged students and seminarians lead the week-long event, immersing participants in the beauty of their Catholic faith through fun, engaging, and meaningful ways.

Kids going into grades 1-6 enjoy the day program, which is from Monday through Friday from 9:30am-2:00pm, while teens in grades 7-12 attend the night program, Sunday through Thursday from 7:00-9:00pm.

Totus Tuus is one of our most popular programs, so be sure to sign up early. Registration typically opens in January.  Click here to learn more and to register:



Children at Nativity are invited to serve the Lord and His Church by becoming altar servers. Those who are trained can serve as often as they would like, and they are given increased responsibilities as their knowledge and experience expands.

For many more activities, events, and groups for children (and adults!) of all ages, see our Parish Life list of ministries.


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