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This is an English translation of the Swedish folk song, Sankta Lucia, traditionally sung for Luciadagen. St. Lucia Day is celebrated on December 13th. On this day the oldest daughter is crowned "Lucia Bride" and greets her family before sunrise with this song, delectable treats, and steamy libations.
Sing along with me to learn this song for your St. Lucy Day festivities. You can find the printable text page, learn more about why I chose these pronunciations, and glean more ideas for living liturgically through music at Barefoot Abbey:
Just keep Making a Joyful Noise!
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"Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy King cometh unto thee...
- Zachariah 9:9
The Advent Wreath is a family devotion going back centuries. And it is one of the first liturgical living traditions we ever started with our children so many years ago. Join us to learn the history and meaning behind this popular devotion and few ways you can easily make a beautiful Advent Wreath for your own home.
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam,
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