Feast of Saint Nicholas (St. Nicholas)
Celebrate the feast of St. Nick the old-fashioned way.
Each "O come let us adore Him" shopping bag includes:
- Hellema speculaas
- Pickwick cinnamon tea
- St. Nicholas socks
- "For unto us a Child is born" rustic ornament
- St. Nicholas holy card
We know you're busy. We understand how difficult it is to pause and spend meaningful time with your family. But you shouldn't have to overwhelm yourself to live the faith. We've helped hundreds of Catholics celebrate more feasts.
Just celebrating the feast of St. Nicholas with your family can instill how much you value the faith. Too many Catholics wish they'd made the faith a larger part of family life after their children stopped practicing. That doesn't have to be your story. You can enjoy a more meaningful life with your family. A little tradition and prayer do incredible things.
My family has celebrated the feast day of Saint Nicholas (December 6th) for more than a decade; it is a meaningful tradition for us. This feast offers an opportunity for families to learn about and teach who St. Nicholas was and how his charitable giving has impacted the lives of many over time.