- John the Roman
- John the Ascetic
Pilgrim to the Holy Lands with his friend and relative Saint Germanus. Monk in Egypt and Marseilles, France. Studied under Saint John Chrysostom, who ordained him a deacon. Defended Chrysostom in Rome, Italy. Founded the abbey of Saint Victor and a convent at Marseilles. His writings were recommended by Saint Benedict as treatises on the training of monks.
- 433 of natural causes
- “Saint John Cassian“. CatholicSaints.Info. 29 February 2016. Web. 8 December 2016. <>