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  • 1. Saint Nicholas By Christopher Yassopoulos Patron Saint- children, bakers, and sailors. Feast Day - December 6 th
  • 2. Saint Nicholas’ Life
    • St. Nicholas was orphaned at an early year but his parents left him with great wealth.
  • 3. Saint Nicholas’ Christian Life
    • St. Nicholas was ordained a priest as a young man.
    • St. Nicholas was installed the Bishop of Myra when the Bishop of his district died.
  • 4. Saint Nicholas’ Christian life (continue)
    • St. Nicholas used his parents wealth to help the poor.
    • There is one story that St. Nicholas one day helped a man by giving the man the dowry he needed. A dowry is money given to a bride and groom to start there new lives together.
  • 5. When in Jail
    • Shortly after becoming Bishop of Myra St. Nicholas was through in jail for his believe in God.
    • When in jail St. Nicholas was tortured all while pray to God.
  • 6. To the Holy Lands
    • On St. Nicholas way to the Holy Lands St. Nicholas calmed a great storm with his prayers for this he is known as the protector of sailors.
  • 7. Saint Nicholas Day
    • The tradition of Saint Nicholas Day, usually on December 6, is a festival for children in many countries.
  • 8. After Death
    • After death St. Nicholas became very famous in paintings such as the one on the right.
    • Saint Nicholas
  • 9. Christmas
    • On Christmas it is said that St. Nicholas goes and brings gifts to children. In America St. Nicholas is also known as Santa Clause.
  • 10. Synopsis
    • St. Nicholas was orphaned at an early age.
    • Later he became a Bishop and was throne in jail for his Christian acts.
    • Now St. Nicholas is treasured by many kids.
  • 11.
    • The End