It’s that time of year again.
Christmas lights are up and plastic lawn decorations of that old jolly man in a red suit have appeared. Yet, that jolly old man is more than a cartoon caricature that we hope brings us the new iPhone in our stocking this year. In fact, the real Santa Claus was the Orthodox bishop of Myra in the early 4th century. We know him as St. Nicholas and he reminds us about the importance of giving to others.
(This post was originally written by Fr. Dustin and published on the “Wonder.” Click here to head over there now and read the rest of the post.)