95% of Romanians believe in God, though only 21% attend church weekly

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Orthochristian.com - 27/4/18 A new survey shows that nearly every Romanian professes belief in God, though there is a significant disparity between those who profess faith and those who actively live a religious life. The study conducted by the Freidrich Ebert Romania Foundation shows that 95% of Romanians believe in God, but only 21% attend church weekly, reports ...

Approval for the Initiative of the 3 Million Romanians Concerning the Traditional Family

Iulian Dumitrascu - Romanian Orthodox Basilica News Agency - July 2016 Wednesday, 20 July 2016, the Constitutional Court of Romania approved the legislative proposal on the revision of the Constitution initiated by the Coalition for Family asking that the fundamental law should clearly mention the fact that family is based on the freely consented marriage between a ...

Cooperation And Co-Responsibility For The Education Of The Young Generation

On 2 July 2015, the Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church awarded, in the Patriarchal Cathedral of Bucharest, the Diploma and Medal of “Saint John Chrysostom” to certain personalities of the Romanian public life, academicians, university professors, artists and journalists involved in the religious education of the young generation. On this occasion, His Beatitude Patriarch ...

Consultative Council Of The Religious Cults Of Romania Affirms The Importance Of The Religious Class For The Children’s And Youth’s Education

February-March 2015 Met in working session at the Patriarchal Residence on 28 February 2015 under the chairmanship of His Eminence Ioan Robu, Roman Catholic Archbishop and Metropolitan of Bucharest (according to the Statutes which stipulates chairmanship by turns), the Consultative Council of the Religious Cults of Romania took notice of the motivation of the decision of ...

The Holy Synod Reiterates the Position Concerning the Definition in the Romanian Constitution of the Family Based on the Marriage between a Man and a Woman

On 13 February 2014, the first working session of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church of this year was held in the Synodal Hall of the Patriarchal Residence under the chairmanship of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel. We mention some of the decisions adopted: -The Holy Synod approved the programme of the manifestations organised at national level by the Romanian ...

The Holy Synod Sustains The Definition In The Romanian Constitution Of The Family Based On The Marriage Between A Man And A Woman

From 4 – 5 July 2013, the working session of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church was held under the chairmanship of His Beatitude Patriarch Daniel. We mention some of the decisions taken: - In the context of the public debates held of late concerning the project for changing the Romanian Constitution, the Holy ...