St. Adjutor Print


Saint Adjutor
1070 - April 30, 1131
Feast Day: April 30
Patronage: swimmers, drowning victims, bargemen, yachtsmen, Vernon
Choose from paper or canvas print.
Paper print: This fine art print is ready to frame. The 8x10" and 11x14" are printed on acid-free 80 lb. cardstock. The 16x20" and larger are printed on premium 11-mil, acid-free paper. The watermark will not appear on your print.
Canvas print: All canvas prints are unmounted and printed on unstretched canvas with a 2” white border.
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Saint Adjutor, born in Vernon, France, was a crusader who was captured by Muslims during the First Crusade. He was chained, tortured, and locked in a prison off the coast of Palestine. Miraculously, he escaped from his cell with the help of St. Madeleine and St. Bernard by swimming to safety. He is credited with calming a whirlpool that had caused the wrecking of many boats by throwing in the chains he wore when in captivity. He returned to France and entered the Abbey of Tiron. There he became a recluse, remaining recollected until his death on April 30.