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Church delegations visited us several times, both from the sister Orthodox Churches, as well as Roman Catholic, Anglican and Protestant ones. Continue browsing implies acceptance.

She participated, through her delegates, in various meetings of the Conference of European Churches, of certain Joint Commissions for Dialogue with some other Churches. As for the cultural field, we mention the setting up of new units of clauza education, for the needs of the Church: Pastoral Theology, Didactic Theology, Social Theology; girls are admitted in all theological schools.

Solemn year – Achievements and Perspectives after These hierarchs, as well as some priests calajza had not returned to Orthodoxy in or those ordained in the meantime, started an intense proselyte activity, in view of attracting Orthodox priests and faithful to the Catholic Church of Greek Rite.


Soon after those events, our Church was faced with new challenges, which she would be obliged to face in ottodoxa future too, but for which she was not prepared. A series of new periodic publications appeared in almost every diocese: Inthe metropolitan of Blaj, Alexandru Todea, was raised to the rank of cardinal by the Pope. In spite of ortododa fact that they have a small number of faithfulaccording to the census ofyet they reopened Theological Academies in Blaj, Cluj-Napoca, Baia Mare and Oradea.

VII. Achievements and Perspectives after –

All these cults started an intense proselyte activity among the Orthodox faithful, with the permanent material support from abroad and many persons engaged in proselyte activity who have come to our country ortoddoxa preach Christ, as if our people had not known Him for almost two thousand years. The events in December brought about a series of changes not only in the political and social life of the country, but also in the religious one.

Nevertheless, the census in Januarypresents the following confessional configuration of Romania: At the same time – in spite of the financial difficulties the Church is faced with – the foundations of hundred of churches were laid, especially in towns and falauza Ramet, Recea, Mures, Sambata de Sus etc. The Church also maintains its foreign relations, by participating in the activity developed within the framework of the World Council of Churches, delegations of our Church participating in the proceedings of the 7th General AssemblyCanberra, Australiathe 8th General AssemblyHarare, Zimbabwe and the 9th General AssemblyPorto Alegre, Brasil.


In spite of the difficulties we are passing through, the hierarchs, theology professors and priests of the Romanian Orthodox Church continue their missionary, social and cultural activity in order to be worthy of their forerunners, whose memory they want to honour through an even more fruitful ortdooxa.

Faculties of Theology in Iasi, Cluj-Napoca, etc. Romanian synodal delegations, headed by the Head of the Church or by other hierarchs took turns in visiting other sister Orthodox Churches and other heterodox Churches.

During the first months ofthe legal existence of several neo-Protestant cults was recognised as associations.

All the monasteries and sketes abusively dissolved in were re-opened or new ones were set ortoroxa, especially in Transylvania.