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Church Curmudgeon Dec 6
Up on the housetop, click click click, Joyfully punching a heretic
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Cristian Vlad Dec 6
Happy all !! Funny Friday and a great weekend !
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Nicholas A. Christakis Dec 6
It’s my name day. An Orthodox thing. ;-)
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NationalDayCalendar Dec 6
recognizes the third-century saint who became an inspiration for the modern-day Santa Claus. If you have never read his story, come check it out:
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Public Domain Review Dec 6
Happy ! Born in Patara (in what is now Turkey), the saint known for his secret gift-giving became over time the inspiration for today's figure of Santa Claus. See the visual journey undertaken in our "Pictorial History of Santa Claus" —
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Latin Mass Society Dec 6
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Latin Mass Society Dec 6
It’s good to see a Saint trending on Twitter
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Latin Mass Society Dec 5
A very Happy Feast Day of St Nicholas to all.
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Eric Vanden Eykel Dec 6
A happy to all who celebrate!
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National Catholic Register Dec 6
May St. Nicholas inspire us to share the light of Christ and extend Christian charity to all we encounter. , pray for us! 🎅🙏🎅
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Go2Warsaw Dec 6
Santa Claus is in good shape for !💪🎅 We saw him training in Agrykola park in 🙂 🧜‍♀️
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Ennius Dec 6
December is a good month to be inside in the warm and is that the face of St Nicholas looking out at us? 🤔 Add MS 36684; 1318-1325; Book of Hours, Use of St Omer; France, N. (Saint-Omer or Thérouanne); f.12v
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Wales Recycles Dec 6
Today is , the man himself is very busy at the moment in the run-up to so he deserves a day to himself but he's taken time-out to share some wrapping paper tips with us. Visit our website for more tips:
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Fr Matthew Schneider LC🙏 Dec 6
Happy Feast of St. Nicholas!
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gesine Dec 6
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Eric Vanden Eykel Dec 7
One day late, but still.
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Ennius Dec 5
Replying to @BLMedieval
Historiated initial 'A'(pres) of the body of St Nicholas being translated in a boat. Royal 20 D VI; Wauchier de Denain, Lives of the Saints; France, Central (Paris); 13th century; f.153v
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Catholic News Service Dec 5
Dec. 6 is the feast of St. Nicholas, a fourth-century bishop known for his generosity. made an appearance at a pancake breakfast at St. Thomas More Parish in Chicago Dec. 1. (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Chicago Catholic)
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Henrike Lähnemann 📯 Dec 5
! The medievalists invite you all for music & merry-making today 5:30pm in the Chapel For the first time w/ Byzantine Greek (thx ) & Scots Gaelic (thx @MWilliamsCeltic) plus & more!
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