St Lucy’s Day

Today we celebrate St Lucy’s Day. We call St Lucy Sankta Lucia.

Here you can read about our traditions:

St Lucy’s Day – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Lucy%27s_Day

May you all have a great St Lucy’s Day 🙂

Anna

  

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10 comments on “St Lucy’s Day

  1. I’ve been hearing about St. Lucia’s Day since I moved to Minnesota, with it’s massive Scandinavian population, and I’ve always worried about those girls’ hair catching on fire. How do you do this without setting young girls on fire?

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    • A wet towel on the head under the lightcrown. But the stearic in the hair is not a nice experience for Lucia. It’s not that glamorous to be the Lucia figure. The candles creates heat and stearic. But it’s beautiful to watch those light creatures 🙂

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  2. For us Anna, it is the third Sunday of Advent and it is the Sunday of Joy. The priest wears pink and the Advent candle is pink. Maybe it – St. Licy’s Day and the Sunday of Joy is to give us hope as we desend into the darkest part of the year.
    Leslie

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