Young Lucy used to bring food and aid to fellow Christians hiding from persecutors during the third and fourth century. She used a candle-lit wreath to light her way and carried as much food as possible. But eventually, Lucy was captured and tortured. Her eyes were removed and she soon after died a martyr of the Faith. Today in Scandinavia, St. Lucy is considered a source of hope and light during the long dark winter months. Each year, prior to Christmas, towns gather to celebrate her light!

Patron saint of:
light in the darkness


Reviews (2)

  • St. Lucy Charm

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

  • key chain

    Patricia Vondermehden Jan 6th 2020

    Makes me smile and reminds me to pray

    Patricia Vondermehden Jan 6th 2020

St. Lucy Charm

  • A durable, colorful charm of St. Lucy that can be clipped onto almost anything
  • The perfect way to keep your favorite saints with you wherever you go
  • Tiny Saints aims to deliver joy through their art and products
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