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Der hl. Johannes (Ioann) wohnte in Rostow und war ein "Jurodiwij" (ein Narr um Christi Willen). Er duldete Not, Hunger, Trübsal und Entbehrungen. Er starb am 3. September 1580. Auf seinen Sarg wurde das Psalmenbuch in lateinischer Sprache gelegt, nach dem er in seinem Leben gebetet hatte.

Gedenktag: 23. Mai, 3. September, 12. November

Englisch

Our father among the saints John the Hairy, Fool-for-Christ at Rostov (d. 1580) lived in humility, patience, and unceasing prayer. He is also called "the Merciful" due to the many healings which occurred at his grave as well as for the connection with St. John the Merciful, Patriarch of Alexandria. His feast days are celebrated on both September 3, the date of his repose, and November 12, which he shares with Patriarch John the Merciful.

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https://orthodoxwiki.org/John_the_Hairy

Englisch II

Blessed John “the Hairy” and Fool-For-Christ at Rostov

Commemorated on September 3

Blessed John the Merciful of Rostov (also known as “the Hairy”) struggled at Rostov in the exploit of holy foolishness, enduring much deprivation and sorrow. He did not have a permanent shelter, and at times took his rest at the house of his spiritual Father, a priest at the church of the All-Holy, or with one of the aged widows.

Living in humility, patience and unceasing prayer, he spiritually nourished many people, among them St Irenarchus, Hermit of Rostov (January 13). After a long life of pursuing asceticism, he died on September 3, 1580 and was buried, according to his final wishes, beside the church of St Blaise beyond the altar.

He had “hair upon his head abundantly,” therefore he was called “Hairy.” The title “Merciful” was given to Blessed John because of the many healings that occurred at his grave, and also in connection with the memory of the holy Patriarch John the Merciful (November 12), whose name he shared.

https://oca.org/saints/lives/2016/09/03/102480-blessed-john-the-hairy-and-fool-for-christ-at-rostov