Alternate names/spellings: Lucia
Dates: 1476 - 1544 ()
Lucy Brocadelli (1476-1544) was a Dominican penitent from the Umbrian town of Narni. Born to a wealthy family, she was briefly married to a nobleman name Pietro of Milan before leaving the marriage to live a life dedicated to serving God. Though she at one point enjoyed a good deal of influence, she declined in prominence after the death of her biographer, Ercole. In 1505, she was reported to have lost the marks of her stigmata and for the next three decades, she lived a highly isolated life in her home. She is best known for her work, Seven Revelations and beatified by Pope Clement XI in 1710.