Saint John

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Saint John or St. John usually refers to John the Apostle of the Bible.

Saint John or St. John may also refer to:

People[edit]

1300s to present[edit]

  • John Kukuzelis (1280–1360), Bulgarian composer, singer and reformer
  • John of Nepomuk (1340–1393), Bohemian vicar general of Jan of Jenštejn
  • Giovanni da Capistrano (1386–1456), Italian friar, summoner of European troops for the 1456 siege of Belgrade
  • John Cantius (1390–1473), Polish priest and theologian
  • John of Sahagún (1419–1479), Spanish priest
  • John Fisher (c. 1460–1535), English cardinal and martyr
  • Juan Diego (1474–1548), first Native-American saint
  • John Houghton (martyr) (1486–1535), English abbot and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Stone (martyr) (died 1539), English friar and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John of God (1495–1550), Portuguese friar; founder of the Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God
  • John of Ávila (1500–1569), Spanish Jewish converso priest, missionary and mystic
  • John Payne (martyr) (1532–1582), English priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John de Ribera (1532–1611), or Juan de Ribera, Bishop of Valencia
  • John Leonardi (1541–1609), Italian priest; founder of the Clerks Regular of the Mother of God of Lucca
  • John of the Cross (1542–1591), Spanish Jewish converso friar, priest and mystic; joint founder of the Discalced Carmelites
  • John Boste (1544–1594), English priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Rigby (martyr) (died 1600), English martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Roberts (martyr) (c. 1570 – 1610/c. 1570 – 1610), Welsh priest, Prior of Saint Gregory'sone of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales
  • John Sarkander (1576–1620), Polish priest and martyr
  • John Ogilvie (saint) (1579–1615), Scottish priest and martyr
  • John Jones (martyr) (died 1598), Welsh priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Macias (1585–1645), Spanish missionary
  • John Southworth (martyr) (1592–1654), English priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • Jean de Brébeuf (1593–1649), French missionary and martyr (one of the North American Martyrs)
  • John Francis Regis (1597–1640), French priest
  • Jean de Lalande (died 1646), French missionary and martyr (one of the North American Martyrs)
  • John Berchmans (1599–1621), Flemish seminarian
  • John Kemble (martyr) (1599–1679), English priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Eudes (1601–1680), or Jean Eudes, French priest and founder of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary
  • John Wall (priest and martyr) (1620–1679), English priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John Plessington (c. 1630–1679), English priest and martyrone of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales
  • Saint John Lloyd (died 1679), Welsh priest and martyr (one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales)
  • John de Britto (1647–1693), Portuguese missionary and martyr
  • John of Tobolsk (1651–1715), Metropolitan of Tobolsk
  • Jean-Baptiste de La Salle (1651–1719), French priest; founder of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools
  • John Joseph of the Cross (1654–1739), Ischian friar, priest and Vicar Provincial of the Alcantarine Reform in Italy
  • John Dat (c. 1765–1798), Vietnamese priest and martyr
  • Jean Vianney (1786–1859), French priest
  • John Hoan Trinh Doan (c. 1789/1798–1861), Vietnamese priest and martyr
  • John Thanh Van Dinh (1796–1840), Vietnamese martyr
  • John Baptist Y (1800–1839), one of the Korean Martyrs
  • John Gabriel Perboyre (1802–1840), or Jean-Gabriel Perboyre, French missionary and martyr
  • John Baptist Con (1805–1840), Vietnamese martyr
  • John Charles Cornay (1809–1837), or Jean-Charles Cornay, French missionary and martyr
  • John Neumann (1811–1860), Bohemian missionary, Bishop of Philadelphia, founder of the first American Catholic diocesan school system
  • John Bosco (1815–1888), Italian priest and educator; founder of the Salesians of Don Bosco and the Salesian Cooperators
  • John of Kronstadt (1829–1909), Russian archpriest and synod member
  • John of Shanghai and San Francisco (1896–1966), also known as John the Wonderworker, Archbishop of Shanghai and San Francisco
  • Pope John XXIII (1881–1963), Italian pope from 1958 to 1963
  • Pope John Paul II (1920–2005), Polish pope from 1978 to 2005

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