St. Lucy was tortured and then stabbed in the throat about the
year 304 at Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
St. Lucy was martyred in Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
St. Lucy, aka Santa Lucia was born in the year 283 and died in the year 304.
She was burned, but it didn't hurt her, so she was stabbed.
There is nothing recorded about the parents of Saint Lucy.
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.
There are a number of saints who chose to die rather than be impure. Among them: St. Lucy of Syracuse, St. Philomena, St. Agnes, St. Agatha, St. Maria Goretti, Blessed Laura Vicuna.
St. Lucy of Syracuse was born, lived and died in the town of Syracuse which is on the island of Sicily in what is now known as Italy.
White is symbolic of purity. St. Lucy chose to die rather than surrender her virginity.
St. Lucy was from the town of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
St. Lucy is a perfect role model for girls. She chose to die rather than sacrifice to idols and lose her virginity to a pagan through rape
There are churches all over the world named for St. Lucy.
St. Lucy of Syracuse was born about the year 283. The precise date is not known.
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Yes, St. Lucy is actually a saint.
Yes, St. Lucy is a Catholic saint.
St. Lucy was from the town of Syracuse in Sicily, Italy.
If Lucy had any brothers or sisters there is no record of them.
St. Lucy was born in Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
St. Lucy of Syracuse lived in Syracuse, Sicily, Italy.
Lucy was 21 years of age when she was martyred.
Lucia of Syracuse (283–304), also known as Saint Lucy, or Saint Lucia (Italian: Santa Lucia), was a young Christian martyr who died during the Diocletianic Persecution.
St. Lucy was a rich, young Christian of Greek ancestry who was born, raised and martyred in the town of Syracuse in Sicily.
Soldiers first tried to burn her to death but the flames went out. Then they tore out her eyes and stabbed her to death.
Yes, Lucy really did die. Lucy was a baby of a young couple that got pregnant by mistake, and they had abortion, killing Lucy. John Cooper is talking about an abortion in the song Lucy.
Yes, St. Lucia is named for Saint Lucy.
There is no record of any siblings Lucy may have had.
Sankta lucia is saint lucy. luciadagen is the day
Lucy was about 21 years old when she was martyred.
Saint Lucy Filippini (1672-1732) is a saint but not currently a patron saint. Do not confuse her with St. Lucy of Syracuse.
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Lucy Beaumont died in 1937.
Lucy Garnett died in 1934.
Lucy Hillebrand died in 1997.
Lucy Faulkner died in 2012.
Lucy Aldrich died in 1955.
Lucy Barfield died in 2003.
Lucy Thompson died in 1932.
Lucy Stringham died in 1893.
Lucy Markham died in 1960.
Lucy Baxter died in 1902.
Lucy Dawidowicz died in 1990.
Charles Lucy died in 1873.
Lucy Pickens died in 1899.
Lucy Burman died in 2004.
Lucy Hutchinson died in 1681.
Lucy d'Abreu died in 2005.
Henry Lucy died in 1924.
Lucy Delaney died in 1890.
Lucy Cores died in 2003.
Lucy Walter died in 1658.