- Oct 28, 2020
A man who plays Santa Claus talks about how meaningful it is for him.
Pope Francis will visit Bari for an “an ecumenical encounter for peace” focused on the situation in the Middle East.
Judith Flanders, author and scholar of 19th-century history, says, “Anything you think you know about Christmas is wrong.”
Scientists at Liverpool John Moores University’s Face Lab used an innovative technology to create the portrait of St. Nicholas of Myra, commonly known as Santa Claus. The researchers claim it’s the most realistic portrait ever created of the saint.
My 6-year-old son has a best friend who’s Jewish. And this best friend has, over the past several weeks, been going around telling some of the kids in their first grade class that there’s no such thing as Santa. My kid still believes – very much — in Santa! And
There have been legends snowballing around St. Nicholas since the Middle Ages. Scholars look at most of them and say, “Ho-Ho-Ho.” Can you tell the truth from the fiction? More from our Catholic Life section: The Trouble with Christmas movies How well do you know your saints?