St. Andrew Catholic School and Preschool in Newtown, Bucks County will present its annual Living Nativity on Friday, Dec. 23 at 9:15 a.m.
For the 15th year at the school, eighth grade students will portray the Blessed Mother, St. Joseph, the Angel Gabriel, three kings, shepherds and inn keepers. First grade students will serve as sheep. The show will feature a live “baby Jesus.”
Each year an infant is chosen to portray the Son of God. One of the school’s original “babies” is currently an eighth grade student at St. Andrew.
Eighth grade students also portray the choir of angels and lead the entire student body, grades pre-K through eighth, in the singing of traditional Christmas hymns.
St. Andrew School is located at 51 Wrights Road, Newtown.
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