John the Silent

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'''John the Silent''' (452 - 558) was bishop of Colonia (Taxara) in [[Church of Armenia|Armenia]] and later a [[Monasticism|monk]] of St. Sabbas' Monastery.  He is also sometimes known as John Hesychastes or John Silentiarius.  His feast day is celebrated by the [[Orthodox Church]] on [[March 30]].
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'''John the Silent''' (452 - 558) was bishop of Colonia (Taxara) in [[Church of Armenia|Armenia]] and later a [[Monk|monk]] of St. Sabbas' Monastery.  He is also sometimes known as John Hesychastes or John Silentiarius.  His [[Feast day|feast day]] is celebrated by the [[Orthodox Church]] on [[March 30]].
  
 
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John the Silent (452 - 558) was bishop of Colonia (Taxara) in Armenia and later a monk of St. Sabbas' Monastery. He is also sometimes known as John Hesychastes or John Silentiarius. His feast day is celebrated by the Orthodox Church on March 30.

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