According to legend, young Lucy brought food and aid to fellow Christians hiding from persecutors during the third century. She used a candle-lit wreath to light her way and carried as much food as possible. Eventually, Lucy was captured and tortured. Her eyes were removed and soon after, she died a martyr. Today in Scandinavia, Saint Lucy's feast day is a celebration of hope and light during the dark winter months.
Feast Day: December 13
Blindness Light In The Darkness
These durable and colorful charms have been very popular with kids and adults alike. Made of soft PVC(similar to rubber), they can clip on a child's backpack, dad's key chain, mom's purse, and anything else you can think of!
Each comes nicely gift packaged as shown, with a brief story of the saint on the backside of the card.