John (disambiguation)

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*St. [[John Chrysostom]], Archbishop of Constantinople
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*St. '''[[John Chrysostom]]''', Archbishop of Constantinople, also known as '''John of Antioch'''
 
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*St. [[John Climacus]] ([[March 30]]), author of "the Ladder" or "Climacus"
 
*St. [[John Climacus]] ([[March 30]]), author of "the Ladder" or "Climacus"

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The name 'John' masc. proper name, c.1160, from Gk. Ioannes, from Heb. Yohanan (in full y'hohanan) lit. "Jehovah has favored," from hanan "he was gracious." [1] As the name of John the Baptist and John the Evangelist, it is one of the most common Christian given names.

There are approximately 130 saints with this name, or a common variant. Listed in Orthodox Wiki we have:

February 15 - Synaxis.
July 10 - Synaxis.
September 26 - Repose, Gr. Μετάστασις.
  • St. John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, also known as John of Antioch
November 13
September 14
January 27 - Relics.
January 30 - Celebration of the Three Hierarchs
February 24 - First and Second discoveries of the head.
May 25 - The Third finding of his head.
June 24 - Nativity of St. John.
July 23 - Synaxis of the Baptist, Gr. Σύναξις.
August 29 - The Beheading, Gr. Απότομη Τιμ. Κεφαλής.
September 23 - The Conception, Gr. Σύλληψις.

Not so common saints (not yet listed on OW):

Notes

  1. OrthodoxWiki Note: God is Gracious"
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