Saint Lucy (304)

Saint Lucy was a little Sicilian girl who lived in Syracuse, and was martyred when she was twenty-one years old for the Catholic Faith.  Her name is mentioned in the Roman Canon of the Mass and always in the Litany of the Saints.  Wonderful miracles have been worked through her intercession.  She refused to marry a pagan.  She died a Christian virgin.

See also: Santa Lucia

Heaven’s Icon: Sister Lucy’s Vision at Tuy, Spain

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Saint Lucy, by Niccolò di Segna mid 14th-century Sienese painting, circa 1340 (source)