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Saint John or St. John sometimes refers to
John the Apostle John the Apostle ( arc, ܝܘܚܢܢ ܫܠܝܚܐ, ; he, יוחנן בן זבדי, ; grc, Ἰωάννης; cop, ⲓⲱⲁⲛⲛⲏⲥ or ; la, Ioannes; ) was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Jesus; he, יֵשׁוּעַ, '' Yēšū́a ...
of the Bible, but often, especially in church and place names, refers to
John the Baptist John the Baptist ''Yohanān HaMatbil''; la, Ioannes Baptista; grc-gre, Ἰωάννης ὁ βαπτιστής, ''Iōánnēs ho baptistḗs'' or , ''Iōánnēs ho baptízōn'', or , ''Iōánnēs ho pródromos'';Wetterau, Bruce. ''World history'' ...

John the Baptist
. Saint John or St. John may also refer to:


People

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John the Evangelist John the Evangelist ( grc-gre, Ἰωάννης, Iōánnēs; Aramaic: ܝܘܚܢܢ; ar, يوحنا الإنجيلي, he, יוחנן האוונגליסט cop, ⲓⲱⲁⲛⲛⲏⲥ or ⲓⲱ̅ⲁ) is the name traditionally given to the author of ...

John the Evangelist
(c. 15 – 100), presumed author of the Fourth Gospel, traditionally identified with John the Apostle *
John of Patmos John of Patmos (also called John the Revelator, John the Divine, John the Theologian, and possibly John the Apostle) could be the author named as John in the Book of Revelation. The text of Revelation states that John was on Patmos, a Greek i ...
, author of the Book of Revelation, traditionally identified with John the Apostle and Evangelist *
John the Baptist John the Baptist ''Yohanān HaMatbil''; la, Ioannes Baptista; grc-gre, Ἰωάννης ὁ βαπτιστής, ''Iōánnēs ho baptistḗs'' or , ''Iōánnēs ho baptízōn'', or , ''Iōánnēs ho pródromos'';Wetterau, Bruce. ''World history'' ...

John the Baptist
(0s BC–30s AD), preacher, ascetic (c. 5 BC – c. 30 AD), and reported baptizer of Jesus Christ *
John the Wonderworking Unmercenary Saints Cyrus and John ( it, Ciro e Giovanni, ar, اباكير ويوحنا) (d. ca. 304 AD, or 311) are venerated as martyrs. They are especially venerated by the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, Coptic Church and surnamed Thaumaturge, Wonde ...
(d. c. 304), Egyptian or Mesopotamian healer * John Chrysostom (c. 340 – 407), Antiochene Archbishop of Constantinople * John Cassian (360–435), probably Scythia-Minor priest and abbot * John and Paul (d. 362), Roman martyrs * John of Egypt (d. 394), Egyptian hermit * John the Silent (452–558), Bishop of Taxara * Pope John I (470–526), Italian pope * John of Ephesus (507–586), Syrian ecclesiastical historian * John Climacus (579–649), Syrian or Byzantine monk and abbot * John Scholasticus (died 577), 32nd Patriarch of Constantinople * Patriarch John IV of Constantinople (d. 595), also known as John the Faster, first Ecumenical Patriarch * John the Merciful (died c. 610), Cyprian Patriarch of Alexandria *Saint John I Agnus, John I Agnus (‘the Lamb’, 7th century), 25th bishop of Tongres * John III of the Sedre (died 648), Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch * John of Damascus (676–749), Syrian monk and priest, also known as ''John Damascene'' * John of Beverley (died 721), Angle bishop * John of Pavia (died 813), Bishop of Pavia * John of Rila (876–946), Bulgarian priest and hermit * John Gualbert (died 1073), Founder of the Vallumbrosan Order * John Theristus (1049–1129), Italian Benedictine monk * John of Pulsano (1070-1139), or Giovanni di Matera, Italian abbot * John of the Grating (1098–1168), Bishop of Aleth * John of Matha (1160–1213), French priest; founder of the Trinitarian Order * John of Meda (1100–1159), Italian priest


1300s to present

* John Kukuzelis (1280–1360), Byzantine Orthodox Christian 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


Places


Antigua and Barbuda

*St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda, the capital city of Antigua and Barbuda *Saint John Parish, Antigua and Barbuda, a parish of Antigua and Barbuda on the island of Antigua


Canada

* Fort St. John, British Columbia * Saint John (electoral district), Saint John—Rothesay in New Brunswick * Saint John, New Brunswick, a port city on the Bay of Fundy * Port of Saint John in the city of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada * Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint John, New Brunswick, a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Moncton * Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, known as St. John's to early English settlers * St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, the capital and largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador


United Kingdom

*St John, Cornwall, England *St John, Friern Barnet, an Anglican church in north London *St John the Baptist's Church, Sutterby, Lincolnshire *Church of St John-at-Hackney, London


United States and territories

* St. John, Florida * St. John, Indiana * Saint John, Warrick County, Indiana * St. John, Kansas * Saint John, Kentucky * St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana * Saint John Plantation, Maine * Saint John River (Bay of Fundy), from northern Maine into Canada * St. John, Missouri * St. John, Pulaski County, Missouri * St. John, North Dakota * St. John, Utah, Rush Valley, Utah * Saint John, Austin, Texas, a neighborhood * St. John, Washington * St. John, Wisconsin * Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands, an island in the Caribbean Sea * Saint John, Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, a small town on Saint Croix * Saints John, Colorado (note the plural)


South Africa

* Port St. Johns * St John's College, Johannesburg


Elsewhere

*Saint John Parish, Antigua and Barbuda, a parish of Antigua and Barbuda on the island of Antigua *Saint John Parish, Barbados *Saint John Parish, Dominica *Saint John Parish, Grenada *Saint John, Jersey, a parish of Jersey in the Channel Islands *Saint John, Malacca, original name of the Portuguese Settlement in Malaysia


Other uses

* St. John (clothing), a luxury American fashion brand * St. John (crater), an eroded lunar impact crater on the Moon's far side * St. John (restaurant), Smithfield, London * St. John's College, Oxford, Oxford University * St. John Publications, a defunct American magazine and Golden Age comic book publisher * "St. John", a song by Aerosmith from Permanent Vacation (Aerosmith album), ''Permanent Vacation'' (Aerosmith album), 1987 * St John Ambulance, a foundation established by the Order of St. John * Saint John's Eve * Venerable Order of Saint John, a royal order of chivalry established in 1831 * Saint Jhn, American musician


See also

* * *John (disambiguation) *John the Divine (disambiguation) *Saint John Cemetery (disambiguation) *Saint John's (disambiguation) *St. John the Baptist (disambiguation) *Agios Ioannis (disambiguation) (Greek) *Saint Juan (disambiguation) (Spanish) *Saint-Jean (disambiguation) (French) *San Giovanni (disambiguation) (Italian) *San Juan (disambiguation) (Spanish) *Sankt Johann (disambiguation) (German) *Sant Joan (disambiguation) (Catalan) *São João (disambiguation) (Portuguese) *Sveti Ivan (disambiguation) (Croatian) {{disambiguation, geo, tndis