Saturday, December 13, 2008

St. Lucy, feast day


St. Lucy (Lucia) whose name means light, bacame part of our Advent tradition last year. We offered up many prayers of intercession for the safe delivery and health of our own little Lucy (her namesake) who turns one this Dec 18th.

This year we're going to attempt a traditional St. Lucia bread. We'll see how that goes.

a prayer from Catholic Online:
Saint Lucy, you did not hide your light under a basket, but let it shine for the whole world, for all the centuries to see. We may not suffer torture in our lives the way you did, but we are still called to let the light of our Christianity illumine our daily lives. Please help us to have the courage to bring our Christianity into our work, our recreation, our relationships, our conversation -- every corner of our day. Amen

3 comments:

wife, mother and so much more! said...

I couldn't help but pray for your little Lucy this morning at mass. I can't believe that she's 1 this next week!!!

jamie said...

Awwww, thank you. (And yes...me neither...where does the time go?!)

Kurt said...

I caught part of a Joanna Bogle program on EWTN and she was talking about the St. Lucy tradition of having a girl wear a crown of candles and serve breakfast in bed.

I'm guessing you didn't try that.