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Yes we do. In the British Orthodox Church he is certainly venerated as a saint.
Having lived and died in the West, where he was not considered a saint, it is not entirely clear that the Cassian commemorated in the East on February 29th is the John Cassian of this thread.But since that is at present the traditional date, that is the date that is considered his feast.
Yes, I know the John Cassian you mean. But it is not absolutely clear that the calendars which mentioned a Cassian on the 29th February referred to him.
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