Authorized Form of NameRumanian Orthodox Church; 1872-
Corporate NameRumanian Orthodox Church
TypeOfEntityCorporate
Dates1872-
CodeGB/109/16590
OtherFormsOfNameOrthodox Church of Rumania/Romania; Romanian Orthodox Church
DatesAndPlacesIn 1859, the Romanian principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia formed the modern state of Romania. The hierarchy of the Orthodox churches tends to follow the structure of the state. Therefore, shortly afterwards, in 1872, the Orthodox churches of the former principalities (the Metropolitanate of Ungrovlahia and the Metropolitanate of Moldavia) decided to unite to form the Romanian Orthodox Church. In the process, they canonically separated from the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and the Romanian Orthodox Church declared autocephaly. In the same year a separate synod was constitued.The Patriarchate of Constantinople only recognized the autocephaly of the Romanian Orthodox Church in 1885. First organized with the rank of Metropolitanate, the Romanian Orthodox Church became a Patriarchate in 1925, when the ranks of the Romanian Orthodox Church grew following the formation of Greater Romania.
Sourcehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_Orthodox_Church

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