Welcome to St. Mary's Nativity Church         

St. Mary’s Nativity Church parish supports and encourages spiritual growth through education, service, liturgy, worship and celebration of sacraments as we strive to deepen our relationship with God and work towards our ultimate goal--eternal life with the Lord.


Please gather and join us on our Facebook page, St. Mary's Nativity Church, as a family to celebrate the  Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.  Mass will stream live Saturday at 4 PM.

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We invite you pray the rosary using the Patriotic Rosary adaptation. We are called to remember our nation, states and our community; we also remember all the medical community and first responders as we pray for them and their families. What is most important is that we pray this prayer from our hearts.

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Join us in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet (audio). As we come together spiritually as a family, may this prayer to Almighty God bring blessings of love, charity, and forgiveness in this time of need.

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Join us on St. Mary's Nativity Church Facebook page so we can come together as a family for Eucharistic Adoration. May the peace of Christ fill your hearts during these difficult times. Please feel free to share with others. 

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Growing with the Gospel 1-activity sheets

Growing with the Gospel 2-activity sheets

Jesus Walks on Water-crossword

Jesus Walks on Water-maze

Jesus Walks on Water-color sheet

Jesus Walks on Water-Bible story

Drawing Jesus (for older children)


Parish Stewardship offering (Sunday collections) is available online. We want to thank you for your generous sacrificial offering to God and His church.  Please know of our continued prayers for you and your loved ones.

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Debt Relief  - Twelve (12) years ago we needed to have major facility improvements and the parish went into debt. Please consider financially supporting our Debt Relief Fund. Thank you and May God continue to bless you.


Date:  August 03, 2020

To: St. Mary’s Registered Parishioners

My dear sisters and brothers in Christ,

We want to stay connected with you through the telephone and the internet.  As mentioned through St. Mary’s bulletin, website and Facebook, I have asked our church leadership to make a 2nd phone call to our registered parishioners in this time of “social distancing.”  

You are important to God and to us and we want to know how you are doing.  Again the purpose is that we want to provide a personal connection for you as well as to assist you with any possible physical and/or spiritual needs.  If there is a need, the leadership will contact me.  

 If you did not receive a 1st phone call, chances are we did not have your current number.  We will be making phone calls in the next couple of weeks.  Our church leadership will clearly identify themselves to you and if they don’t, be aware that it may be a scammer and hang-up.     

If you do not receive a phone call by the end of August 2020, please let us know by calling or email the church.  God bless +

I want to thank our St. Mary’s parish leadership; it is our hope and our dream that these phone calls will help us stay connected during this pandemic.

In short, we want to offer you a message of hope and LOVE.

Humbly yours,

Fr. Clyde


Dear Parents/Legal Guardians:  We are beginning CCD registration for 2020-2021. 

  1. Each child will be mailed a registration form (registration forms are also available on our St. Mary’s website and in the Church Office).  We need you to complete and return the form to us as soon as possible.
  2. All students going to 10th grade (including any Catholic High School) must attend CCD classes in their church parish. 
  3. We are in need of adult volunteer team members, if you can help or have any questions please contact Renee’ Becnel in the Church Office 985-537-3204.

Click here for CCD/YOUTH FORMATION registration form.

For information on the Coronavirus, actions by the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, and other information, please see the diocesan website. www.htdiocese.org (check here)


Here are some self help tips to help you deal with isolation and change during this time of social distancing, videos from Fr. Clyde.  Click on the title you wish to view.

Time (video)    (PDF file)

Tips for watching Mass at home (video)

Being a father the most important vocation (video) 

Just for Couples (video).     (PDF file)

Remember Mom (video)     (PDF file)

Let Go (Part 2-video)     (PDF file)

Let Go ( Part 1-video)

Promise Yourself (video)     (PDF file)

Coping with Change (video)     (PDF file)


Mass Times

Saturday: 4:00 PM Vigil
Sunday: 8 AM, 10 AM & 7 PM

Daily Mass:
Monday - Thursday: 7 AM
Friday: NO MASS

Wednesdays - 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM in Church

Office Hours

9 AM - Noon - Monday - Friday
Closed for Lunch - Noon - 1 PM
1 PM - 4 PM Monday - Thursday
Closed Friday afternoons

FAX NUMBER: (985) 537-3235


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Please mail completed form back to church office, mail it, or drop in the Sunday collection basket.

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Daily Readings

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Sacrament of Baptism

The Sacrament of Baptism is administered each month after weekend Mass.  A meeting with the priest or attendance at a Baptismal Seminar is required.  Please call the Church Office for more information.


Confessions are heard 30 minutes before Mass until 10 minutes before Mass begins.  Private confessions by appointment.

Sacrament of Marriage

Initial contact with the priest or deacon who will officiate must be made at least SIX MONTHS PRIOR to the proposed wedding date.  Participation in the Diocesan Marriage Preparation Program is required.  Call the Church Office for more information.

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