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St. Nicholas visited us ( Miklavž )

Miklavž, as we are usually called St. Nicholas, is certainly one of the most popular saints. He is especially pleased with the children when he walks around and brings presents to them on the evening before his age (December 5) – he rewards rewards, and he gives naughty punishments to his companions, the giants. The image of this saintly saint has been so vividly alive in us since childhood, more like the image of a little other saint. Many spend the day of St. Nicholas on the day of Christian charity: with material gifts they remember abandoned, poor and lonely children. Even in our families, children could open their hearts to the needs of the people around us on such occasions.

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    • Thanks for viewing and a friendly comment, dear Carol….we also have a visit to Santa at the time … this is the first of three good men to visit children …. the first is St. Nicholas, the second is Santa Claus and around New Year’s Eve Santa Claus

    • Thanks for watching and kind comment, dear Grace…yes only this is for christmas …. St. Nicholas is a godsend today and he is a great saint with us ….. in America you probably don’t know this custom

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