As the beginning of our experience of adulthood, high school is an important time in our lives.  In high school we learn to think critically and judge the value of our experiences for ourselves. To guide Nativity’s high schoolers on this journey, Nativity offers the following:



high school youth

Our high school youth group gathers on Sunday nights with our priests.  Together we eat dinner, play games, and engage in discussion on a new topic each week.

Meetings: Sundays during the school year, 6:00pm (after 5:00pm Mass), at the Frassati House (580 W. 3rd Ave. Dr.)

Membership Fee: $20

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With questions, contact:

Fr. Emanuele Fadini


GS stands for Gioventù Studentesca (student youth) and is the Communion and Liberation affiliated high school group. Our life together revolves around our Friday night meetings, from 6:00-9:00pm, where we talk, sing, eat, play, and have cultural events. We also have moments of charitable work, prayer, movie-making, vacations, and all sorts of activities that make life great.

With questions, contact:

Fr. Accursio Ciaccio




totus tuus

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:

high school teaching team

We encourage high schoolers to deepen their faith through teaching and engaging younger Catholics by participating in our High School Teaching Team.  High schoolers on the teaching team serve in the role of Religious Education teacher or teacher’s aide.

With questions, contact:

Diane Irby



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