Tag Archives: St. Nicholas

The Wonderworker Works a Wonder

The icon exhibit opened today.  It isn’t exactly a museum-perfect display, pretty amateur actually, but I learned a lot about presentation and promotion.   The icons themselves are beautiful and prayerful. I went over for the Grand Opening, and there were a fair … Continue reading

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. . . as we forgive those who trespass against us.

I spent 2011 working on an icon of St. Nicholas, which I used for my Christmas card (and posted it here on my blogsite in December, to wish all of you a Merry Christmas).  In February, a brand new Catholic gift/book … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas to All

St. Nicholas was born in 270 A.D. and died on December 6, 343.  He was the much-loved Bishop of Myra, which was located in modern day Turkey.  He is honored for his generosity, his humility, and his unwavering defense of his … Continue reading

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