Covid-19 – Romanian Orthodox Church Initiates Dozens of Support Measures for Hospitals and People (March 16-31)

Basilica News Agency - 7/4/2020 During the state of emergency, the Romanian Orthodox Church has intensified its presence both online and in society respecting all the required sanitary precautions. Even before the state of emergency being declared in Romania, just as the authorities raised the level of alert regarding the coronavirus epidemic, the Church had started preparations ...

Proclamation Of The Canonisation Of Saint Simeon Stefan, Metropolitan Of Transylvania

Romanian Church On 30 October 2011, the proclamation of the canonisation of Saint Simeon Stefan, Metropolitan of Transylvania, took place in the porch of the Reintegration Archiepiscopal Cathedral of Alba Iulia, in the presence of the Patriarch of Romania, of the Metropolitan of Patras, of the members of the Alexandrine and Greek delegations. Several hierarchs ...

The Holy Synod Canonised Metropolitans Andrei Şaguna and Simeon Ştefan

Romanian Church 21/7/2011 The working session of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church of 21 July 2011, approved the canonisation of the Metropolitans of Transylvania Andrei Şaguna (celebrated on 30 November) and Simeon Ştefan (celebrated on 24 April), as a result of the synodal proposals of the Metropolitan Synods of the Metropolitan Sees of ...

Enthronement of His Eminence Irineu as Archbishop of Alba Iulia

5/6/2011 To end with the Divine Liturgy celebrated in the Archiepiscopal Cathedral of Alba Iulia on, 5 June 2011, His Eminence Andrei, Metropolitan of Cluj, Alba, Crisana and Maramures enthroned the new Archbishop of Alba Iulia, His Eminence Irineu Pop, in the presence of the Patriarch of Romania and of a large group of hierarchs, members ...

The National Day at the Patriarchal Cathedral

Romanian Orthodox Church 1/12/2010 The National Day of Romania was marked today at the Patriarchal Cathedral first of all during the Divine Liturgy when the authors of the Union of 1 December 1918 were remembered, among whom an outstanding place is held by Miron Cristea, the first Patriarch of Romania, whose grave is in the Patriarchal ...