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Revista Studii Teologice

REVISTA FACULTĂŢILOR DE TEOLOGIE DIN PATRIARHIA ROMÂNĂ



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Biserică greco-neunită sau Biserică greco-răsăriteană? Consideraţii istorice şi eclesiologice ale episcopului Andrei Şaguna la mijlocul secolului al XIX-lea



Autor(i): Pr. conf. dr. Mihai Săsăujan
The following study emphasizes some components of identity of the Orthodox Church in the Austrian monarchy, at the middle of the 19th century and the way the hierarch Andrei Şaguna of Transylvania acted to obtain this desideratum, through the exchange of correspondence between him, the local structures of leadership from Transylvania and the Austrian administration in Vienna. The utilization of the official name of “Greek-Eastern” church for the Romanian Orthodox Church in Transylvania, instead of “Greek-not united” church, could help the church – Şaguna thought – obtain a stronger autonomy in its relation with the other confessions in Transylvania and also to a more powerful relation of the Orthodoxy from the Austrian monarchy with the state.



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Pagini: 27-42