from ONE

by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE magazine May 2006)
The Romanian Church United With Rome

by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From ONE magazine July 2008)
The Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church

Stories Washed Away by Time
text and photos by Bruno Pavan
(From Catholic Near East July – August 1994)
Romania’s cultural heritage is just beginning to catch the attention of art lovers around the world. In this article, we will discover how this heritage is fading.

A Life Transfigured
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From Catholic Near East October 1991)
A thumbnail history of the colorful life of Princess Ileana of Romania.

A Prayer of the Heart
by Father Romanos V. Russo
photos: Bettmann Newsphotos
(From Catholic Near East July 1991)
The author visits the former Princess Ileana of Romania – known today as Mother Alexandra – Transfiguration Monastery.

Fact Sheet: Romania
(From Catholic Near East April 1990)

Rebirth in Romania
text and photographs by George Martin
(From Catholic Near East November – December 1998)
Greek Catholics in post-Communist Romania rebuild their once-outlawed church.

New Challenges for Catholic-Orthodox Dialogue
by Ronald G. Roberson, C.S.P.
(From Catholic Near East January 1993)
Still reeling from persecution, Eastern Europe’s Latin Catholic and Orthodox churches inch cautiously toward mutual understanding.

A Test of Faith for Romanians
by Michael J.L. La Civita
(From Catholic Near East April 1990)
A Romanian Catholic community thrives in Queens, New York, but remembers the turmoil of its mother country.

A Romanian Renaissance
text and photographs by Andreea Câmpeanu
(From ONE January 2012)
One nun writes a new chapter in the history of iconography

Monastic Life Lives On in Rumania
text and photos by Daniel Gabriel
(From Catholic Near East Magazine Spring 1983)
Monasteries in Moldavia survive as reminders of the Byzantine era.

from News

Eternal Memory
news from ONE Magazine (17 September 2007)
Romanian Orthodox Patriarch Teoctist died on 30 July at the age of 92.

New Romanian Orthodox Patriarch
news from ONE Magazine (27 November 2007)
In a secret ballot, the electoral college of the Orthodox Church of Romania elected Metropolitan Daniel Ciobotea of Moldova and Bucovina as Archbishop of Bucharest, Metropolitan of Muntenia and Dobrogea and Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church on 12 September.

Romanian Bishop a Communist–era Martyr
Catholic News Service (30 June 2011)
OXFORD, England (CNS) — A Catholic bishop from Romania will be beatified as a martyr almost six decades after dying from being doused in boiling water in a prison operated by his country’s former communist regime.

Video: Romanian Catholic Bishop Talks to CNS
Catholic News Service (18 May 2012)
Bishop John M. Botean of the Romanian Catholic Eparchy of St. George’s in Canton talks to CNS about the appeal of Eastern Christian spirituality.

from Eastern Christian Churches

The Orthodox Church of Romania

from Blog Content

A Sister Shares "Sacred Images of the Unseen”
ONE contributor Andreea Câmpeanu shares details of her meeting with Sister Eliseea Papacioc.

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Picture of the Day: Divine Inspiration
Iconographer Eliseea Papacioc works on an icon in her studio in the village of Bradetu, Romania. (photo: Andreea Câmpeanu)

Praying With Paint
An old friend dropped by the office today: Sister Eliseea Papacioc, a Romanian Orthodox nun and world-renowned iconographer.

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Picture of the Day:
'In the Church of Christ, There Is Room for Everyone'

Francis visits the Roma of Romania

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