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Church of the Nativity
2677 Delsea Drive
Saint Catherine of Siena
700 North Delsea Drive
Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday at 4:00p - Nativity
Sunday at 8:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Sunday at 10:00a - Nativity
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday at 9:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Tuesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Wednesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Thursday at 9:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Holy Day Mass Schedule*
Vigil (night before) at 7:00p - Saint Catherine of Siena
Holy Day at 9:00a - Nativity
Holy Day at 7:00p - Nativity
with the Mass Intention Schedule
in the bulletin.
Saturday from 3:00-3:30p - Nativity
or By Appointment - anytime
Please call the Parish Office to schedule.
** Due to Homeland Security guidelines, our liturgical events begin promptly at the times indicated.
The doors will be monitored to allow individuals who are running just a bit late to enter.
Once the Gospel is proclaimed, the church doors will remain locked.
Please sanitize your hands upon entering the Gathering Space of the church.
Face masks are recommended by the CDC and the Diocese for all individuals who are not fully vaccinated.
Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School provides Pre-K through Grade 8 education through a faith-centered curriculum steeped in strong Catholic values with an emphasis on simplicity, prayer, and service. Through a family-oriented environment, our students develop intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually in preparation for higher education, a culturally-diverse society, and becoming contributors to the community-at-large.
Noah was enjoying his fourth birthday. It was a great party and time to open gifts and cards. One card had four one-dollar bills in it, and he was delighted. Four was a big number. He was rich! He could buy a new computer game he wanted. The adults were smiling – they knew that he was not old enough yet to calculate the cost of real things. They knew he would have to open lots of cards with dollar bills and probably sacrifice some other thing he would like to have before he would have enough money to buy the new game. As is typical with a child, however, Noah soon became lost in opening his other gifts and forgot the four dollars and what he wanted to buy with them. In this weekend’s Gospel, Jesus challenges those following Him to “calculate the cost” of discipleship. This cost is steep.
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