Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Philly School To Hold Live Manger Depiction

Blessed Trinity Regional Catholic School in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia will hold its second annual live manger in front of the school convent on Levick Street.  The manger will feature a live camel, baby yak, donkey, sheep and goats.  In addition, school students will depict the scene of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus in the manger.  

Friday, December 4, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Blessed Trinity Regional Catholic School (Convent)
3033 Levick Street
Philadelphia, PA 19149

 Father Michael Olivere, Pastor of Saint Timothy Parish, will greet those in attendance and lead the crowd in an opening prayer. During the second annual live manger, approximately 25 student ambassadors and choir members will sing Christmas Carols and perform a nativity scene with parents acting as Mary and Joseph.  A newborn parishioner will play baby Jesus. 

Blessed Trinity Regional Catholic School was formed by the merger of Saint Timothy Parish School and Pope John Paul II Regional School in 2012.

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