The Orthodox Church – National Church in Romania in the Interbelic Period

11 September 2012

The author of the historical research “The Orthodox Church –
national Church in Romania in the interwar period”, Drd. Florian
Bold analyses the role the Orthodox Church played in the Romanian
society during the interwar period. The Orthodox Church
was the “spiritual mother of the Romanian people” and she was
present in every aspect of the society as a symbol of faith, truth
and love for the people. The harmony between Church and State
(Monarchy) was a unique example of cooperation, mutual help
and understanding. This symbol has to be revived after half a century
of oppression, atheism and oppressive regime.