Many, many ideas for celebrating St. Nicholas' feast day, and for making giving the spirit of Advent

Many, many ideas for celebrating St. Nicholas' feast day, and for making giving the spirit of Advent

A Gift from St. Nicholas - St. Nicholas is more than just legend he was a real man who lived long ago and had a heart for giving gifts. Author Christine Bolley uses a letter-style format to tell the story of the real St. Nicholas. Artwork by Bruce Eagle, this book tells the story of St. Nicholas' life, his love for Jesus, and how gift-giving can show Christian love to our friends, family and neighbors. I wanted the boys to know the truth behind the fairy tale. I'm so happy I found this book.

A Gift from St. Nicholas - St. Nicholas is more than just legend he was a real man who lived long ago and had a heart for giving gifts. Author Christine Bolley uses a letter-style format to tell the story of the real St. Nicholas. Artwork by Bruce Eagle, this book tells the story of St. Nicholas' life, his love for Jesus, and how gift-giving can show Christian love to our friends, family and neighbors. I wanted the boys to know the truth behind the fairy tale. I'm so happy I found this book.

Simple ways to celebrate St Nicholas Day in the Catholic home with kids. Books, activities and more!

Celebrating St. Nicholas Day in the Catholic Home

Simple ways to celebrate St Nicholas Day in the Catholic home with kids. Books, activities and more!

Under the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who ruthlessly persecuted Christians, Bishop Nicholas suffered for his faith, was exiled and imprisoned. The prisons were so full of bishops, priests, and deacons, there was no room for the real criminals—murderers, thieves and robbers. After his release, Nicholas attended the Council of Nicaea in AD 325. He died December 6, AD 343 in Myra and was buried in his cathedral church, where a unique relic, called manna, formed in his grave. This liquid…

Under the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who ruthlessly persecuted Christians, Bishop Nicholas suffered for his faith, was exiled and imprisoned. The prisons were so full of bishops, priests, and deacons, there was no room for the real criminals—murderers, thieves and robbers. After his release, Nicholas attended the Council of Nicaea in AD 325. He died December 6, AD 343 in Myra and was buried in his cathedral church, where a unique relic, called manna, formed in his grave. This liquid…

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