Saint John commonly refers to two (perhaps three) founding Saints of Christian religious doctrine:
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St. John School
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. The Storeroom is literally the "big room" (stor ruum). John may also refer to the following people, places, institutions or organizations:. The origin of the word store comes from the Vikings. Saint John or St. A munitions dump and a magazine can sometimes be referred to in this manner. Saint John commonly refers to two (perhaps three) founding Saints of Christian religious doctrine:. Another common usage of the word store relates to the storage of munitions and other military materials.
Johann (disambiguation) (German). See Retailer for the main article on this latter usage. St. One type of store to which the word is often applied is a store from where a retail business is run, otherwise known as a shop. São João (disambiguation) (Portuguese). It is usually secured from theft. San Juan (disambiguation) (Spanish). A store is an enclosure for holding articles.
San Giovanni (disambiguation) (Italian). what's in store or what's stored up is a way of asking what events are scheduled or predicted to happen in the future. Saint-Jean (disambiguation) (French). Saint John's University (disambiguation). Saint John Parish (disambiguation).
Saint John's College (disambiguation). Saint John's Church (disambiguation). John's Cathedral (disambiguation). St.
John (comic book publisher). St. Saint John's Arms, a symbol. St John's School, Billericay.
St John's Church of England School, London. John. St John Ambulance, charitable organization dedicated to medical first aid, under the direction of the Order of St. John, a 19th century revival of the Knights Hospitaller.
Order of St. John of Jerusalem or Knights Hospitaller, named after Saint John of Jerusalem aka John the Baptist. Order of Knights of the Hospital of St. Svatý Jan pod Skalou (Saint John Under the Rock), a village in central Bohemia, Czech Republic.
Saint John's Island, Singapore. Saint John, United States Virgin Islands. Johns, Illinois. St.
Johns, Michigan. St. Johns River, Florida. St.
Johns County, Florida. St. Johns, Arizona. St.
John, Washington. St. John, North Dakota. St.
John, Missouri. St. John, Maine. St.
John, Kansas. St. John, Indiana. St.
John's, Isle of Man. St. St John's Wood, London, England. John's, London, England.
St. John's, South Yorkshire, England. St. John River, eastern North America.
St. Johns riding, a riding in North Winnipeg. St. Johns and Fort St-Jean, former name of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec.
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. St. Saint John (electoral district) federal electoral district in Canada.
Saint John in Saint John County, New Brunswick. John's, Antigua and Barbuda. St. Orthopaedic Surgeon.
John, U.S. Thomas St. John, British Consul in Brunei (19th century). Spencer St.
John, British musician and composer. Kate St. John, British singer. Bridget St.
Austin St John, American actor. John, former footballer and now pundit. Ian St. politician.
John (1833-1916), U.S. John St. Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke (1678–1751), English statesman and philosopher. 1598-1673), English statesman and judge.
John (c. Oliver St. Saint John Bosco (1815-1888), also known as Giovanni Melchior Bosco. Saint John Neumann (1811-1860), Bishop of Philadelphia.
Saint John Baptist de la Salle (1651-1719), the patron saint of teachers (also known by his French name, Jean-Baptiste de la Salle). Saint John Sarkander (1576-1620), Moravian priest. Saint John of the Cross (1542-1591), Spanish mystic. Saint John of Avila (1500-1569).
Saint John of God (1495-1550). Saint John Fisher (1469-1535), Bishop of Rochester, professor at Cambridge. Saint John of Capistrano (1386-1456), also known as Giovanni da Capistrano. 1340-1396).
Saint John of Nepomuk (c. Saint John of Matha (1169-1218), French founder of the Trinitarian Order. 946), also known as Ivan Rilski, Bulgarian hermit. Saint John of Rila (876 - c.
721) in Beverley, England. Saint John of Beverley (d. 676-749), revered Father of the Church. Saint John of Damascus (c.
579-649), also known as John of the Ladder, John Scholasticus and John Sinaites. Saint John Climacus (c. 585). 505 - c.
Saint John of Ephesus (c. Saint John I, Pope John I (523-526). 360-433). Saint John Cassian (c.
Saint John Chrysostom (347-407), Archbishop of Constantinople. Another name given to the author of the Book of Revelation is John of Patmos. John the Evangelist, to whom the Gospel of John is attributed, often along with 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Revelation. John the Apostle, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus, who is traditionally (but controversially) identified with the Evangelist, below (see Authorship of the Johannine works).
John the Baptist, also known as John of Jerusalem, who baptised Jesus at the start of Jesus' ministry.