This beautiful laminated holy card of St. Lucy, whose feast day is December 13, has the following "Prayer to St. Lucy, Virgin" on the back.
O Saint Lucy, whose name means light, full of confidence we present ourselves before you to ask of you a holy light, which may render us cautious in avoiding the ways of sin and escaping the darkness of error.
We beg also, through your intercession, for the preservation of the light of our eyes, together with abundant grace to use it always in accordance with the will of God and without injury to our souls.
Grant, O blessed Lucy, that, after venerating and thanking you for your powerful patronage on earth, we may come at last to rejoice with you in the paradise of the eternal light of the Divine lamb, your sweet spouse Jesus. Amen
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