'''John II of Jerusalem''' was the Patriarch of Jerusalem of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] from 386 to 417. Little is known about his activities while he was [[patriarch]].
Successor to St. [[Cyril of Jerusalem]], Patr. John II initiated the construction of the Sion Church in Jerusalem. In 415, he took part in the translation of the [[relics]] of St. [[Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr|Stephen the Protomartyr]] from his tomb in the village of Kafargamala to Jerusalem in cooperation with [[Bishop]]s Eusthonus of Sebaste and Eleutherus of Jericho.
[[Category:Patriarchs of Jerusalem]]