The name Silvester or Sylvester in itself has an uneasy feel for many Jews worldwide. “Sylvester,” was the name of the “Saint” and Roman Pope who reigned during the Council of Nicaea (325 C.E.). The year before the Council of Nicaea convened, Sylvester convinced Constantine to prohibit Jews from living in Jerusalem. At the Council of Nicaea, Sylvester arranged for the passage of a host of viciously anti-Semitic legislation. All Catholic “Saints” are awarded a day on which Christians celebrate and pay tribute to that Saint’s memory. December 31 is Saint Sylvester Day (as Pope Sylvester died on 31 December 335).I hope you enjoyed my blog, products and freebies in 2011 and I hope you"ll be back visiting next year! I thank you for the support and friendship you have given me in 2011! I wish 2012 to be for all of us, a year of love and happiness, of joy and prosperity, of health and peace.
Here is my last freebie of 2011, for your New Years Eve scrapping pages :) This fullsize minikit has six papers and 13 elements, Personal use, 300 DPI.
See you next year!
Remember the CSD celebration storewide sale; my store will be set at 35% off during the end of year sale (DEC 26-JAN 2d) - (including CU products).