There are churches all over the world named for St. Lucy.
Yes, St. Lucia is named for Saint Lucy.
Saint Lucia was named after St. Lucy of Syracuse, 283-304.
The following were all named Doctors of the Church in the year 1298: St. Gregory the Great St. Ambrose St. Augustine St. Jerome
St. Lucy of Syracuse was martyred in the year 304. The date is not certain but her feast is celebrated on December 13 in the Western Church.
St. Robert Bellarmine was named a doctor of the church because of his teachings against the protestant faith.
St. Peter - St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.
I can find no St. Loretta listed.
She went to Ulceby St Nicholas Church Of England Primary School Ulceby.
St Lucy and St Philip Tableland,Western Steps,Central Uplands,Christ Church Ridge,Silversands Flat,Scotland District,St George Valley
St. Lucy was from the town of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
Saint Peter's Basilica is named for Saint Peter the first pope.
The diocese of Ontario would have named the parish at the time it was established.
St Therese of Lisieux in 1998
St. Lucy was martyred in Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
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