He was born in 245 AD in Patara like a rich family’s child. He chosen the ecclesiastical calling. He dedicated his life for mankind and to teach the children. Anyone asked, always helped them. The news of his charity and helpfulness reached far and wide. The people began their prayers included in his name. He was working for 52 years as a bishop. Like a simple he man lived among the people, and shared his wealth.
The story what created his legend:
The monastery next door neighbors lived an impoverished nobleman. He was three daughter. The girls talked about which girl is to sell herself into slavery to be able to help the family, and that the other can get married. Then came the open window under Bishop Nicholas, and he heard the deal. He hurried back to the church, and he took a handful of gold into a handkerchief, and threw it into the window. The girls thought it was a miracle. Then a year later in the same time, he thrown in a handkerchief of gold for the second girl. Hurried out because they heard footsteps from the window, and then they saw that old man in a red dress in a hurry in the dark. Third year on this day was very cold, and found closed the window. He climbed up the side of the cliff houses built on top of the fireplace chimney, and threw it into gold. The youngest daughter had just had like stockings by the fireplace stove to dry, and it fell to the point. He climbed up the side of the cliff houses built on top of the fireplace chimney, and threw it into gold. The youngest daughter had just had like stockings by the fireplace stove to dry, and it fell to the point. The unknown jótevőről began to think of the snow-capped Taurus mountains, each of which took place in winter when these miracles that “Christmas Father” comes to with these gifts. Soon it turned out the secret. And everyone knew that an unknown benefactor.
He had long, peaceful old age. After his death angels took his soul to his final resting place where there is a clean source. From this source of pure love emanating and sends his progeny, Santa Claus to today’s kids.