St. Gerard Majella Print

 Saint Gerard Majella
1726-1755
Feast day: October 16
Patronage: Children (and unborn children in particular); childbirth; mothers (and expectant mothers in particular); motherhood; falsely accused people; good confessions; lay brothers; and Muro Lucano, Italy
This fine art portrait, printed on acid-free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.

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St. Gerard Majella was a professed lay brother of the Redemptorists; he served as tailor and infirmarian and became known for his extraordinary supernatural gifts of bilocation, prophecy, ecstasies,  and visions. Though not a priest, his spiritual direction and advice were sought by many among the clergy and communities of nuns.  St. Gerard is often invoked as the patron of expectant mothers as a result of a miracle effected through his prayers for a woman in labor.