St Lucy medal


St Lucy medal - patron of the blind, throat infections, martyrs, writers, epidemics, salesmen 

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Saint Lucy
Saint Lucy by Domenico di Pace Beccafumi.jpg
Saint Lucy, by Domenico Beccafumi, 1521, a High Renaissance recasting of a Gothic iconic image (Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena)
Virgin and Martyr
Born trad. ca 283[1]
Died trad. 304
Honored in Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodox Churches
Anglican Communion
Lutheran Church
Canonized Pre-Congregation
Major shrine San Geremia, Venice
Feast 13 December
16 September (duplicate feast in pre-1970 General Roman Calendar)[2]
Attributes cord; eyes; eyes on a dish; lamp; swords; woman hitched to a yoke of oxen; woman in the company of Saint Agatha, Saint Agnes of Rome, Barbara, Catherine of Alexandria, and Saint Thecla; woman kneeling before the tomb of Saint Agatha
Patronage blind; martyrs; Perugia, Italy; Mtarfa, Malta; epidemics; salesmen, Syracuse, Italy, throat infections, writers
St Lucy Medal 7/8 inch
This medal has St Lucy on one side and a Pray for Us with a flower on the other side. Made in Italy, silver oxidized and is approximately 2.5cm or 7/8" tall. Sold in packages of 4 pcs.


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