Blessed St. Lucy, pray for us. Feast day 13 December.

St Lucy of Syracuse helps with diseases of the eye and vision. I remembr choosing her in grade school for my patron saint :) loved the name Lucy!

December 13 - St Lucia's Day Symbolically marking the winter solstice in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, the Feast day of St Lucy, bringer of light to the darkest time of the year.

amymebberson: “December 13 - St Lucia’s Day Symbolically marking the winter solstice in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, the Feast day of St Lucy, bringer of light to the darkest time of the year.

St. Lucy, Saints Day: December 13th. Patron Saint of Eyes. In memory of my Mother In Law~ Ann.

Lucy, Saints Day: December Patron Saint of Eyes. In memory of my Mother In Law~ Ann.

St Lucy: patron saint of writers - Ember Day Collect: For the choice of fit persons for the ministry: O God, you led your holy apostles to ordain ministers in every place: Grant that your Church, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, may choose suitable persons for the ministry of Word and Sacrament, and may uphold them in their workfortheextensionof yourkingdom;throughhimwhoistheShepherd andBishopofoursouls,JesusChristourLord, wholivesandreignswithyouandtheHolySpirit…

Saint Lucy, Obtain for me, by your intercession with God Perfect vision for my…

Celebrating St. Lucy’s Feast Day for Beginners

Make with canned cinnamon rolls! - Maybe make the GF cinnamon rolls recipe into saffron bun shapes or a wreath?

How to make Saffron buns for St. Lucia's feast day (December 13). Step by step picture tutorial.

Saffron buns, also known “Lussekatter”, are Swedish yeast buns that are traditionally made and eaten on St. Lucia’s feast day

St. Lucia {Lucy} of Sicily, patron Saint of eyes               READ HER LIFE STORY AND YOU WILL SEE MORE THEN JUST THE LIGHT.

Feast of St Lucy and Novena

Lucy-Saint Lucy also known as Saint Lucia or Santa Lucia, was a young Christian martyr and the patron saint of the blind.

Catholic Cuisine: St. Lucy

Catholic Cuisine: St. Lucy

Easy-to-teach iconography....Saint Lucy - Wikipedia: "The emblem of eyes on a cup or plate apparently reflects popular devotion to her as protector of sight, because of her name, Lucia (from the Latin word "lux" which means "light").[11][12] In paintings St. Lucy is frequently shown holding her eyes on a golden plate. Lucy was represented in Gothic art holding a dish with two eyes on it. She also holds the palm branch, symbol of victory over evil."

Lucy by Francesco del Cossa National Gallery of Art Washington D. History Saint Lucy’s name means “light”.

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