Saint. Adrian of Nicomedia
Died: March 4, 306
Feast day: September 8
Patronage: soldiers, epileptics, butchers, prison guards, plague
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Saint Adrian was a pagan officer and bodyguard at the imperial court of Nicomedia. Adrian was so impressed by the strength and faith shown by persecuted Christians that he declared himself a Christian, though he had not even been baptized. He was immediately arrested and tortured. He and fellow prisoners were tended by his wife, Saint Natalia until they were executed.