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John, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966

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Personal name headingJohn, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
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Variant(s)Ioann, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
John, Saint, Bishop of Shanghai, 1896-1966
Ioann, Saint, Bishop of Shanghai, 1896-1966
Ioann, Arkhiepiskop Shankhaĭskiĭ, 1896-1966
Ioann, Arkhiepiskop Zapadno-Amerikanskiĭ i San Frant︠s︡isskiĭ, 1896-1966
Ioann, Arkhiepiskop Zapadno-Evropeĭskiĭ i Bri︠u︡sselʹskiĭ, 1896-1966
John, Saint, Bishop of Western Europe, 1896-1966
Ioann, Saint, Bishop of Western Europe, 1896-1966
John Maximovitch, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
Ioann Maksimovich, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
Maximovitch, John, 1896-1966
Maksimovich, Ioann, 1896-1966
Shankhaĭskiĭ, Ioann, 1896-1966
Maksimovich, Mikhail Borisovich, 1896-1966
Maximovitch, Michael, 1896-1966
John, the Wondermaker, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
John, of Shanghai and San Francisco, Saint, 1896-1966
Jean, Nus Pieds, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
John, the Barefoot, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
Jean, de Changhai, Saint, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1896-1966
Vladika, 1896-1966
Ioann, Svi︠a︡titelʹ, arkhiepiskop Shankhaĭskiĭ i San-Frant︠s︡skiĭ, 1896-1966
Ioann, Chudotvoret︠s︡, 1896-1966
Иоанн, Святитель, архиепископ Шанхайский и Сан-Францский, 1896-1966
Иоанн, Чудотворец, 1896-1966
Ioann, Bishop of Shanghai, 1896-1966
Birth date1896-06-04
Death date1966-07-02
Place of birthKharkivsʹka oblastʹ (Ukraine)
Place of deathSeattle (Wash.)
AffiliationRusskai︠a︡ pravoslavnai︠a︡ t︠s︡erkovʹ zagranit︠s︡eĭ
Profession or occupationOrthodox Eastern Church--Bishops
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inOrthodox veneration of the Mother of God, 1978: t.p. (Archbishop John Maximovitch) leaf facing t.p. (hieromonk in 1927)
Russkai︠a︡ ideologii︠a︡, 2000: p. [267] (Ioann Shankhaĭskiĭ (Maksimovich))
The Orthodox Word, 1976: v. 12, no. 1, p. 36 (in 1951 Archbishop of Brussels and Western Europe & in 1963 of Western America and San Francisco; Abp. John Maximovitch)
Pravoslavnai︠a︡ Rusʹ, 1951: v. 22, no. 2, p. 5 (Ioann, Arkhiepiskop Shankhaĭskiĭ)
Savva. Li︠e︡topisʹ pochitanīi︠a︡ arkhīepiskopa Īoanna Maksimovicha, 1976-: v. 1, t.p. (d. 1966)
Da obnovitsi︠a︡ Russkai︠a︡ zemli︠a︡, 2006: p. 5, etc. (arkhiepiskop Ioann (Maksimovich), secular name Mikhail Borisovich Maksimovich; b. June 4, 1896, in the village of Adamovka, Kharkiv gub., Ukraine; 1934-1951 - bishop of Shanghai; 1951-1962 - archbishop of Brussels and Western Europe; 1963-1966 - archbishop of Western America and San Francisco; d. July 2nd 1966, in San Francisco, Calif.)
Western-American Diocese Web site, Sept. 8, 2009 (The Russian Church Celebrates the 15th Anniversary the Glorification of St. John (Maximovitch); St. John, the Wonderworker of Shanghai and San Francisco)
St. John the Wonderworker Orthodox Church Web site, Sept. 8, 2009 (Saint John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco; Saint John The Wonderworker; Archbishop John Maximovitch; Archbishop John; b. June 4, 1896, Adamovka, Russia; was a member Maximovitch family; received at baptism the name of Michael; received his secondary education in the Poltava Military School; entered Kharkov Imperial University in the faculty of law, from which he graduated in 1918; assigned to the Kharkov District Court; during the Russian Civil War, evacuated to Belgrade, where he and his brothers entered the University of Belgrade; graduated in 1925 in the faculty of theology; ordained reader in the Russian church in Belgrade, 1924; Metropolitan Anthony tonsured him a monk and ordained him hierodeacon in the Milkov Monastery, giving him the name John, 1926 after Saint John Maximovitch of Tobolsk; ordained hieromonk, Nov. 21, 1926; instructor of religion at the Serbian State High School, 1925-1927; teacher and tutor at the Serbian Seminary of St. John the Theologian at Bitol, 1929-1934; consecrated bishop, May 28, 1934; assigned to the diocese of Shanghai; sent to the Archdiocese of Western Europe, 1951; referred to as Saint Jean Nus Pieds (Saint John the Barefoot) by a priest in one of the Catholic churches of Paris; sent to San Francisco, Dec. 4, 1962; d. July 2, 1966, Seattle, Wash.; called Vladika)
Orthodox wiki, Sept 8, 2009 (John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker; John (Maximovitch), Archbishop of Shanghai and San Francisco; diocesan bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia; officially glorified by the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad on July 2, 1994; glorification was later recognized for universal veneration by the Patriarchate of Moscow on July 2, 2008; Abp. John was assigned to the Diocese of San Francisco, 1962; Bishop of Shanghai, 1934-1949; Bishop of Western Europe (ROCOR), 1951-1962; Archbishop of San Francisco (ROCOR) 1962-1966); American saints: John Maximovitch; Russian saints: John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker;
Wikipedia, Sept. 8, 2009 (John of Shanghai and San Francisco; Saint John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco)
LCCN 2008384699: Le Caro, B. Saint Jean de Changhai (1896-1966) et son temps, 2006.
Святитель Иоанн Шанхайский и Сан-Францский Чудотворец, 2016: page 4 (Святитель Иоанн (Максимович), архиепископ Шанхайский и Сан-Францисский)
Svi︠a︡titelʹ Ioann Shankhaĭskiĭ i San-Frant︠s︡skiĭ Chudotvoret︠s︡, 2016: page 4 (Svi︠a︡titelʹ Ioann (Maksimovich), arkhiepiskop Shankhaĭskiĭ i San-Frant︠s︡isskiĭ)
Ioann, Bishop of Shanghai. Proiskhozhdenīe zakona o prestolonasli︠e︡dīi v Rossīi, 1996: p. following t.p. (Blazhennyĭ Ioann (1896-1966)) p. 2 (Ioann, Episkop Shankhaĭskīĭ)
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