New Book “Patriarch Daniel & the Resurgence of the Romanian Orthodox Church” Launched Worldwide

OCP News Service – 19/01/2021

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A new book titled titled “Patriarch Daniel and The Resurgence of the Romanian Orthodox Church” from the house of OCP Publications is now available for purchase. Written by George Alexander (Secretary of Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE, Pan-Orthodox Christian Society) and edited by Deacon Logan H. Polk (Chief Overseer of the Center for Orthodox Studies-COS), this book is a worldwide release. Fr Dr. Jossi Jacob (Principal STOTS, Nagpur) and Dr. Romina Istratii (SOAS University of London) have contributed to the work.

The book is available in paperback format on all major e-commerce outlets such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many more.

Publisher – OCP Publications
Mode – Print on Demand
Language – English
Price – $ 10
Type – Paperback
Pages – 100 pages
Availability – Worldwide

About the Book
For a comprehensive history of the Romanian Church and its influences upon Romania in the post-Communist era, look no further than this brief work by George Alexander. Within its pages are dedicated research and over 100 source notes in regards to all the remarkable reforms, charities, and revitalization of both church and Country that has occurred under the leadership of the patriarch Daniel. Patriarch Daniel is proven in this book to truly be a Christ-like role model for all.

Romania has been a nation fraught with struggles thanks to the Communist dictatorship she found herself chained under for decades, but Romania has survived and is beginning to thrive, in part due to the efforts of her Church. This book shines forth like a ray of hope for Romania and Eastern Europe as a whole, demonstrating fully that through the message of the Gospel and the love Christ offered by the Orthodox Church, any nation can recover from even near-total collapse. For anyone interested in the fascinating post-Communist history of Romania and her faith, this book is a must-have work.

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OCP News Service