A Very Medieval Holiday Season
If the usual array of winter holidays is simply not enough for you, you might consider checking out the medieval December saints calendar (part 1 and part 2).
Who needs “New Year’s Eve” when you can have the Feast of Pope St. Sylvester instead?!
It may be a little too late in the month to celebrate the horrific mutilation of St. Lucy with blue cheese and gingersnaps, but at least you’ll have a more accurate image of St. Nicholas in time for Christmas. (You can even leave him some extra cookies to thank him for resurrecting those pickled babies!)