A Society Dedicated to the Christmas Nativity



The website of The Marian Library, University of Dayton
A site on paper Nativities, but he, Alexis Xenakis, does have information on 3-dimensional Nativities also, including a really interesting article on "Nacimientos Mexicanos" written by one of our Board members!
The Marolin/Richard Mohr site, which does include sales offerings, but also has an interesting history of the company. English is an option offered at the site.
The extensive site of Maria Hubert and has links to many other sites. She says about the site..."Everything you need to know about Christmas is here."
This is Bill Egan's International Crèche School.
An extensive site which describes most Italian crib traditions in different parts of the country. Although it is an Italian site, this address should lead directly to the English translations.
Martha Spencer Rogers of Westminster Presbyterian Church, White Bear Lake, Minnesota, donated a collection of over 100 handcrafted and folk art creches which is permanently exhibited and is open to the public.
Probably the richest collection of figures and history about the Neapolitan Creche. They have also a Rivista presepiale which is a Creche review.  
http://www.silentnightmuseum.org/ and spanishNativity.typepad.com
A web site and blog of FOTC member Elizabeth Duran, which contain information about Nativity figures and scenes in Spain as well as reports on people creating the belén-style Nativity scene in the US.