See also:bishop, is said to have been
See also:born of
See also:noble parents at Harpham, in the east
See also:riding of
See also:Yorkshire . He received his
See also:education at Canterbury under Archbishop
See also:Theodore, the statement that he was educated at
See also:Oxford being of course untrue . He was for a
See also:time a member of the
See also:Whitby community, under St
See also:Hilda, and in 687 he was consecrated bishop of
See also:Hexham and in 705 was promoted to the bishopric of
See also:York . He resigned the latter see in 718, and retired to a monastery which he had founded at Beverley, where he died on the 7th of May 721 . He was canonized in 1037, and his feast is celebrated annually in the
See also:Church on the 7th of May . Many miracles of healing are ascribed to
See also:John, whose pupils were numerous and devoted to him . He was celebrated for his scholarship as well as for his virtues . The following
See also:works are ascribed to John by J . Bale:
See also:Pro Luca exponendo (an exposition of Luke) ; Homiliae in Evengelia; Epistolae ad'Herebaldum,Audenam, et Bertinum; and Epistolae ad Hyldam abbatissam . See
See also:life by Folcard, based on Bede, in Acta SS . Bolland . ; and J .
See also:Fasti eboracenses (1863) .
JOHN OF ASIA (or of EPHESUS)
JOHN OF BRIENNE (c. 1148-1237)
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