The Martyred Bishops of the Romanian Greek-Catholic Church United with Rome

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  • ISBN-13: 9780974729510
  • Publisher: Illyricum Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2003
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.24 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2004

    Witness of the Martyrs

    This book is a modest work marked by a simplicity of style, but from this very directness it derives tremendous power. The author in snapshot fashion presents to the reader the biographies of the seven Romanian bishops martyred for their faith in the last century. In the midst of the unleashed fury of the Communists to subvert Christianity by the suppression of Romanian Greek-Catholic Church, these men victoriously withstood. Their stories once again demonstrate that the 20th century was era marked by a profound inhumanity of man toward his fellow man. As the stories individually and collectively unfold one sees the tremendous acts of heroism and the love and conviction that motivated them. Men of great ability and achievement, they abandoned the honors of this world for the sake of their Church and the promise of eternal life given to those who love Christ. More profoundly, however, the reader is drawn into their lives and their memory, because they were conscious of the real, even tangible, unity of Christians throughout the ages. They sacrificed all for all, because they saw their actions as mandated by and in continuity with their fore-fathers. Their defense of the Church unto martyrdom was the only way to continue this same witness to Christ for their own spiritual sons and daughters and in turn to us today. While this book relates these men's terrible personal suffering and the oppressing force of injustice, it is essentially one of hope. A hope rooted not merely in the knowledge we have of the end of the story- the liberation of the Romanian Catholic Church- but, rather, consists in their spirit of courage and love of Christ and their fellow-Christians which shines forth and communicates itself into our own heart and minds. It is their same strength of character and love of God and neighbor which will sustain us today not unto their heroic degree of self-oblation, but certainly to a like service of love and fidelity.

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