11th Day of Christmas
January 4th St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint, who lived in the 18th and 19th centuries is references in the Catholic Church but it may not be the original celebration for this day.
10th Day of Christmas
January 3rd Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. This remembers when Jesus was officially 'named' in the Jewish Temple. It's celebrated by different churches on a wide number of different dates!
9th Day of Christmas
St. Basil the Great and St. Gregory Nazianzen, two important 4th century Christians. St. Basil the Great was a learned, accomplished in statesmanship, a man of great personal holiness, and one of the great orators of Christianity. St. Gregory Nazianzen was a Christian poet, orator, and theologian, who, against his will and temperament,was appointed bishop