"Already here in the diaspora we have righteous ones in our time. Although they are not yet glorified, people receive wonderous signs from them. For example Bishop Jonah of Manchuria."
(From the book "Sermons," by St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco)
For four months the boy had been suffering from an inflammation of the knee joints. Efforts to straighten his legs caused unbearable pain. It was impossible for him to stand, much less walk. Early one morning he had a dream: a hierarch vested in white appeared to him and said, "Here, take my legs. I do not need them anymore. And give me yours." The boy woke up, miraculously healed. From a photograph he identified the hierarch in his dream as Bishop Jonah who had died that very night, October 7, 1925.
Pravoslavni Put, 1966
Optina Pustyn i Yeya Vremya, Jordanville, 1970
"Pamyat o Vladyke Ione," by O.S. in Russkaya Zhizn