Saint Lucy of Siracusa 85th Anniversary Mass 2012

Click Image to enlarge   Saint Lucy (283–304 AD), also known as Saint Lucia or Santa Lucia, was a wealthy young Roman Christian martyr in Sicily who is venerated as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Catholic Church, Anglican Church and Lutheran Church.   Her feast day in the West is 13 December; with a name derived from Lux, Lucis meaning “Light”, as she is the patron saint of those who are blind.  Saint Lucy is one of the few saints celebrated by  the Scandinavian peoples. We commend members of the St. Lucy Society.

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