Prezenţe clericale ortodoxe la Marea Adunare Naţională de la Alba Iulia din parohiile eparhiei Caransebeşului rămase în afara graniţelor României

  • Subiect: „The end of World War I generated an accelerate dissolution of the former AustroHungarian administration also within the territories preponderantly inhabited by Romanian communities. The case of the Banat is a special one as long as that region was occupied by military units belonging to Serbia, within a short time after the end of the war. The new occupying authorities strongly made heavier or even prevent manu militari the delegates of the Banat from preparing and leaving for Alba Julia. No less than 13 Orthodox priests belonging to the western areas of the Banat parishes of Caransebeş diocese assumed and voted the document of December 1, 1918, in spite of the Serbian forces’ opposition, who were interested to strongly limit the Banat’s representatives joining the Great National Assembly. The localities where those priests had worked rested outside of the Romanian frontiers after the Paris Peace Conference. Those priests’ fearlessness to have taken part into the democratic action in Alba Julia had certain consequences, the most of them being excluded from exerting their clerical competences within those localities. ”
  • Limba de redactare: română
  • Vezi publicația: Banatica
  • Editura: Muzeului Banatului Montan
  • Loc publicare: Reşiţa
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2019
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: 29; nr. în TOM: 2; anul 2019
  • Paginaţia: 303-319
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