Yes. Church of the Nativity is a Catholic parish in full communion with the Archdiocese of Baltimore and Archbishop Lori.
No. We’ve never worked there.
Church of the Nativity is a movement of growing disciples of Jesus Christ committed to loving God, loving others and making disciples. As Roman Catholics, we seek to honor our faith tradition by authentically and creatively presenting it in our community of North Baltimore, especially to Catholics who have become disconnected to the Church. We are thrilled you have visited us.
Faith: Nicene Creed
Mission: Love God. Love others. Make disciples.
Vision: Making Church matter by growing disciples among disconnected Catholics in North Baltimore and influencing churches to do the same elsewhere.
Strategy (They have a strategy?)
Currently one in three Catholics are no longer connected to the Catholic Church. Our strategy is to creatively reach out to disconnected Catholics in our North Baltimore community with a fresh and relevant presentation of the life-changing message of the Gospel to make fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
RCIA is called Vantage Point, there is a "online campus", a director of missions, and "As a Church, we want insiders to reach outsiders." The pastor studied at the Gregorian Pontifical University in Rome, not (as you may wonder) at some evangelical school.
Check the Nativity website out. What do you think?