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St. Lucy - December 13
This 4th-century saint died during the early Christian persecutions. Although there isn't much factual information about her, she's said to have displayed great bravery at a time when professing the Christian faith often meant torture and death. Her name means light, and she is the patron of those with eye disorders. Lucy's courage is a great demonstration for children to stand firm in their faith, even if they face adversity for their beliefs.

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