Lucia of Syracuse (283–304), also known as Saint Lucy, or Saint Lucia (Italian:
Santa Lucia), was a young Christian martyr who died during the Diocletianic
Persecution. She is venerated as a s...
After several prayers at the tomb of Saint Agatha, Lucy saw the saint in a dream.
St. Agatha told Lucy her mother's illness would be cured through faith, which ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... Many images of St. Lucia show her holding a plate with eyeballs on it. ... Various
explanations are given of how the Italian Catholic saint ...
Every little girl named Lucy must bite her tongue in disappointment when she first
tries to find out what there is to know about her patron saint. ... parish's RCIA
process to her responsibilities with American Catholic Radio, CatholicGreetings.
Saint Lucy (283–304), also known as Saint Lucia, was a wealthy young Christian
martyr who is venerated as a saint by Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, and ...
To change the mother's mind about the girl's new faith, Lucy prayed at the tomb of
Saint Agatha, and her mother's long haemorrhagic illness was cured.
Nov 30, 2012 ... Jokes aside, the truth is that St. Lucy is a very important saint to ... of only a very
few women whose names are part of the regular Catholic mass.
Saint Lucy, Italian Santa Lucia (died 304, Syracuse, Sicily; feast day December
13) virgin and martyr who was ... Catholic Encyclopedia - Biography of Saint Lucy
December 13, the feast of St. Lucia (or Lucy), brings many traditions from both ...
In Scandinavia before the Reformation Saint Lucy's Day was one of unusual ...
Sep 19, 2016 ... Very few concrete fact exist about Saint Lucy. Her popularity, however, is
immense. Lucy's name comes from the Latin root word Lux, Lucis, ...