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The true legacy of St. Nicholas

The true legacy of St. Nicholas

Before this St. Nicholas Day draws to a close, let’s take a few moments to ponder the life of this amazing historic figure:


God bless Fr. Jim Rosenthal for his tireless efforts to promote the legacy of this iconic and often misunderstood saint.

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Ken Howard

If you are looking for a place to go on St. Nicholas Sunday (December 9), try St. Nicholas Episcopal Church in Germantown, Maryland.

Our 10am service includes a visit from St. Nick himself (Nicholas, Bishop of Myra), a special St. Nicholas hymn, and other attractions, followed by our ever-popular Christmas Cookie Social.

More information at our website: http://www.saintnicks.com

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Rod Gillis

Readers interested in St. Nick may also be interested in this article in Tikkun on

Chanukah

http://www.tikkun.org/nextgen/how-to-do-chanukah-2012

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