St. Nicholas - Lectern Frontal LF751
by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Feast Day: 6th December.
Born in the 4th Century in Turkey (Asia Minor) he
became Bishop of Myra and is honoured in both the Western and Eastern churches.
As early as the 6th Century a church was built in his honour in Constantinople.
Although little historical evidence is known of him he was loved for his
generosity which gave rise to the custom of gift giving in December associated
with him, hence the name Santa Claus for Saint Nicholas.
He is also associated with saving sailors from a
violent shipwreck during a storm in the Mediterranean and this is the image
portrayed on the banner. He is known as the patron saint of sailors and children.
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below and tie around the lectern’s front projection. If you are unsure whether
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The sloping book rest should have a front projection of at least 5cm.
materials and production:
- 100% Polyester (natural-feel
- Fade resistant printing.
- Includes wood rods (top and
bottom) and end caps and gold effect draw cord and cord locks.
- Fire retardant: BS5867/Type
- A sample of the material can
be supplied upon request.
Delivery: Allow 10–14 days from date of order.
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