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RECRUITMENT AND PROMOTION AMONG THE ROMANIAN GREEK-CATHOLIC ECCLESIASTICAL ELITE IN TRANSYLVANIA (1853–1918). A COLLECTION OF STUDIES

Editors: Mirela Popa‑Andrei, Diana Covaci, Mihaela Bedecean, Aurelia Dan, Iosif-Marin Balog

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ISBN 978-606-543-546-9
Anul apariției: 2014
Format: B5
Nr. pagini: 226
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Preț: 45 lei

“This volume aims, through studies it includes, to reconstruct the recruitment and promotion mechanisms that were at work among the Romanian Greek-Catholic ecclesiastical elite in Transylvania between 1853 and 1918. These chronological limits have not been haphazardly chosen, as the first year signifies the moment of the elevation of the Romanian Greek-Catholic Church to the rank of a metropolitan see and of the establishment of two new dioceses, Lugoj and Gherla, while 1918 represents the moment of the Transylvania’s union with the Romanian Kingdom, an event that marked the further evolution of province in all areas, including the evolution of the Romanian Churches and the relations between them.” (Mirela Popa-Andrei, “Introduction”)


CONTENTS

Introduction

Mirela Popa-Andrei, Diana Covaci
The Romanian Greek-Catholic Ecclesiastical Elite in Transylvania: 1853–
1918. Intellectual and Professional Pathways

Diana Covaci
Ecclesiastical Careers in the Romanian Greek-Catholic Archdiocese of Alba
Iulia and Făgăraş during the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

Mihaela Bedecean
Interpersonal Relations and Behavioural Attitudes among the Banatian
Greek-Catholic Elite (1857–1918)

Iosif-Marin Balog
The Clergy’s Involvement in the Romanian Credit System from Transylvania
during the Late Nineteenth and the Early Twentieth Centuries. Case Study:
the Greek-Catholic Clergy

Aurelia Dan
The Dynamics of Clerical Education during the Second Half of the Nineteenth
and the Early Twentieth Centuries. The Seminaries of Blaj and Gherla

Glossary

Index