St. Nicholas is truly a miracle worker!
Dec. 6 is the feast of St. Nicholas, the third-century bishop also known as Santa Claus! However, St. Nicholas was also an incredible miracle-worker from the moment of his birth.
He is the patron saint of a variety of people: children, sailors, bankers, pawnbrokers, orphans, laborers, judges, travelers, merchants, paupers, marriageable maidens, students, victims of judicial mistakes, captives, perfumers, thieves and murderers.
He is also known as the “friend and protector of all in trouble or need.”
Here’s three miracles attributed to the great St. Nicholas:
St. Nicholas, please pray for us!
[See also: Is This What the Real St. Nicholas Looked Like?]
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