Stefan Morariu

The Holy Archangels make up the eighth angelic flesh of the nine known and serve God incessantly, communicating to His people His will. Sacred Scripture and Holy Tradition testify to the continuing relationship of heavenly powers with men and reveal the name of seven Archangels: Michael, Gabriel, Rafail, Uriil, Salatiil, Iegudiil, and Varahil, to which …

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About creation So, for the good and too good God was not satisfied with the contemplation of his own, but the crowd goodness deigned to do anything to receive His favor and partake of his goodness, bring non-existence to existence and creates the universe both the invisible and the visible, and man, which is composed …

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Numele de Dimitrie (varianta cu iz bisericesc) sau Dumitru (varianta populara) mosteneste pe anticul Demétrios, si spune si el despre capacitatea de preluare, de pastrare si de primenire a crestinismului, care-si insuseste si adauga tot ceea ce avea bun lumea veche. Dumitru este, alaturi de alte cateva, unul dintre acele nume cu mare folosinta pana …

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Saint Demetrius, the Venerable from Basarabi, whose Holy Relics are in the Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest, is celebrated on the 27th of October. Although not known when Pious Dimitrie lived, we know it was born in the village of Basarabi, south of the Danube, during Vlach-Bulgarian Empire, founded by brothers Peter and Asan (XIII century). Finding …

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I was born in January 1922 in the town of Barlad, from Orthodox Romanian people to nation. I attended primary school and high school in the city of Barlad, then the Academy of High Economic Studies in Bucharest. I was arrested on May 16, 1948, and sentenced me to 15 years of hard labor, then …

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The cross, the sacrificial altar of the Savior The cross is the most important sign and symbol of Christianity, with a special spiritual significance. Thus, the union of the two lines (horizontal-earth, vertical-sky) signifies the restoration of man’s connection with God. For God so loved the world that His Only-begotten Son gave Him who believed …

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