Daniel (Ciobotea) of Romania

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His Holiness '''Daniel (Ciobotea)''' is the [[Archbishop]] of Bucharest, [[Metropolitan]] of Muntenia and Dobrodgea, ''[[locum tenens]]'' of the throne of [[Caesarea]] of Cappadocia, [[Patriarch]] of the [[Romanian Orthodox Church]], was elected the sixth Patriarch of Romania and enthroned in the patriarchal [[Cathedral]] on the [[September 30]], 2007.
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'''Daniel Ciobotea''' is the [[Metropolitan bishop|Metropolitan]] of [[Moldova]] and [[Bukovina]], part of the [[Romanian Orthodox Church]] and interim [[Patriarch]] of [[Romania]].
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==Life==
 
==Life==
His Eminence Doctor Daniel Ciobotea was born on the 22nd of [[July]], [[1951]] in the village of Dobreşti, Bara Commune, [[Timiş County]], as the 3rd son in the family of teacher Alexie and Stela Ciobotea.
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His Eminence Doctor Daniel Ciobotea was born on [[July 22]], 1951, in the village of Dobreşti, Bara Commune, as the third son in the family of Alexie (a teacher) and Stela Ciobotea.
 
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He followed the [[Education in Romania|Primary School]] in his home village ([[1958]] - [[1962]]) and the [[Education in Romania|Gymnasium]] in Lăpuşnic village ([[1962]] - [[1966]]), [[Timiş County]]. In [[1966]] he begins the [[Education in Romania|High School]] courses in [[Buziaş]], which he then continues in [[Lugoj]], at the "Coriolan Brediceanu" [[High School]] ([[1967]] - [[1970]]).
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After passing his [[Education in Romania|Baccalaureate]] exam, he then joins the Universitary Theological Institute in [[Sibiu]] ([[1970]] - [[1974]]), where he obtains the [[Education in Romania|License Diploma]] in [[Theology]] at the discipline [[New Testament]].
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During the period [[1974]] - [[1976]] he follows the [[Education in Romania|Doctorate]] courses at the Universitary Theological Institute in [[Bucharest]], Systematic Section, under the suppervision of Priest Proffesor Doctor [[Dumitru Stăniloae]]; he continues his studies over the seas: two years at the Protestant Theology Faculty of the [[University of Human Studies]] in [[Strasbourg]] and another two years at the [[Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg|Albert Ludwig University]] in [[Freiburg im Breisgau]], Catholic Theology Faculty.
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On the 15th of [[June]], [[1979]] he sustains his [[Doctorate]] Thesis at the Protestant Theology Faculty in [[Strasbourg]], intitled: "Réflexion et vie chrétiennes aujourd'hui. Essai sur le rapport entre la théologie et la spiritualité, VII ^ 424 p." (''Christian refflection and life today. Essay on the report between theology and spirituality, VII ^ 424 pgs.'') The Thesis has been prepared under the suppervision of two well-known french proffesors: [[Gerard Ziegwald]] and [[André Benoit]] and it has received the maximum qualificative. Thus he becomes [[Doctor]] of the [[Strasbourg University]].
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A more developed forme of this Thesis was prepared under the guidance of his mentor, Father [[Dumitru Stăniloae]] and it was sustained on the 31st of [[October]] [[1980]] at the Universitary Theological Institute in [[Bucharest]] under the title: "Teologie şi spiritualitate creştină. Raportul dintre ele şi situaţia actuală" (''Theology and Christian spirituality. The report between them and the current situation'').
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By passing the oral exam and by sustaining the Thesis, Doctorand '''Dan - Ilie Ciobotea''' was declared [[Doctor]] in [[Orthodoxism|Othodox Theology]], obtaining maximum pointage.  
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In [[1987]] he enters the [[monachism]] in the '''Sihăstria Monastery''' under the name Daniel, having as "monachal godfather" the famous Father '''Cleopa Ilie'''.
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==Offices and Honors==
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[[1980]] - [[1988]] - ''Lector'' at the ''Ecumenical Institute in [[Bossey]]'', [[Geneva]] and ''associated proffesor'' in [[Geneva]] and [[Fribourg]], [[Switzerland]];
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[[1988]] - ''Patriarchal Counselor'', Director of the ''Sector of Contemporan Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue'';
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He attended primary school in his home village (1958-1962) and the gymnasium in Lăpuşnic village (1962-1966), Timiş County. In 1966 he began high school courses in Buziaş, which he then continued in Lugoj, at the "Coriolan Brediceanu" (1967-1970).
  
[[1988]] - Conferent at the ''Catheder of Christian Mission of the Ecumenical Institute in [[Bucharest]]'';
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After passing his baccalaureate exam, he then joined the University Theological Institute in Sibiu (1970-1974), where he obtained his License in Theology in [[New Testament]] studies.
  
[[1990]] ([[March]]) - elected and ordained Vicarius Bishop of the ''Archbishopric of Timişоаra'';
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During the period 1974-1976 he took doctoral courses at the University Theological Institute in Bucharest, Systematic Section, under the supervision of Priest Professor Dr. [[Dumitru Staniloae|Dumitru Stăniloae]]; he continued his studies overseas: two years at the Protestant Theology Faculty of the University of Human Studies in Strasbourg and another two years at the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Catholic Theology Faculty.
  
[[1990]] ([[June]]) - elected as Archbishop of [[Iaşi]] and ''Metropolitan of Moldova and Bukovina'';
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On [[June 15]], 1979, he presented his doctoral thesis at the Protestant Theology Faculty in Strasbourg, entitled: "Réflexion et vie chrétiennes aujourd'hui. Essai sur le rapport entre la théologie et la spiritualité, VII ^ 424 p." (''Christian reflection and life today. Essay on the report between theology and spirituality, VII ^ 424 pgs.'') The thesis had been prepared under the supervision of two well-known French professors: Gerard Ziegwald and André Benoit, and it received the maximum qualification. Thus he became a doctor of the Strasbourg University.
  
since [[1992]] - Theology proffesor at the ''Orthodox Teology Faculty "Dumitru Stăniloae"'' of the ''"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University in Iaşi'';
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A more developed form of this thesis was prepared under the guidance of his mentor, Fr. Dumitru Stăniloae, and it was presented on [[October 31]], 1980, at the University Theological Institute in Bucharest under the title: ''Teologie şi spiritualitate creştină. Raportul dintre ele şi situaţia actuală'' (''Theology and Christian spirituality. The relation between them and the current situation'').
  
Representant of the ''National Synodal Commission for Religious Education'' Bucharest;
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By passing the oral exam and by supporting his thesis, Dan-Ilie Ciobotea was declared a doctor of Orthodox Theology, obtaining maximum points.
  
President of the ''Theology and Liturgics Commission of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church''
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In 1987 he entered the [[monastic]] life in the [[Sihastria Monastery (Bucovina, Romania)|Sihăstria Monastery]] under the name ''Daniel'', having as his monastic [[godfather]] the famous Fr. [[Cleopa Ilie]].
  
Honor Member of the ''National Commission for Historical Monuments'' Bucharest;
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==Offices and honors==
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*1980-1988 - ''Lector'' at the ''Ecumenical Institute in Bossey'', Geneva and associate professor in Geneva and Fribourg, Switzerland;
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*1988 - ''Patriarchal Counselor'', Director of the ''Sector of Contemporary Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue'';
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*1988 - Conferent at the ''Cathedra of Christian Mission of the Ecumenical Institute in Bucharest'';
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*1990 (March) - elected and [[ordain]]ed Vicar Bishop of the [[Archbishop]]ric of Timişоаra;
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*1990 (June) - elected as Archbishop of Iaşi and ''Metropolitan of Moldova and Bukovina'';
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*since 1992 - Theology professor at the Orthodox Theology Faculty "Dumitru Stăniloae" of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iaşi;
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*Representative of the National Synodal Commission for Religious Education, Bucharest;
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*President of the Theology and Liturgics Commission of the [[Holy Synod]] of the Romanian Orthodox Church
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*Honor Member of the ''National Commission for Historical Monuments'' in Bucharest;
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*Member of the ''Central and Executive Committee of the Ecumenical Council of Curches'' (Geneva, 1991-1998);
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*Member of the ''Presidium of Superior and Central Committee of the European Church Conference'' (since 1990);
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*Vice-President of the ''Second General Meeting of the European Churches Conference'' (Graz, 1997);
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*Full-rights Member of the ''International Academy of Religious Sciences'' in Brussels (2000).
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+Elected sixth Patriarch of the Church of Romania on [[September 12]], 2007.
  
Member of the ''Central and Executive Committee of the Ecumenical Council of Curches'' ([[Geneva]], [[1991]] - [[1998]]);
 
  
Member of the ''Presidium of Superior and Central Committee of the European Church Conference'' (since [[1990]]);
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Vicepresident of the ''Second General Meeting of the European Churches Conference'' ([[Graz]], [[1997]]);
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==Source==
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*[[w:Daniel Ciobotea|''Daniel Ciobotea'' on Wikipedia]]
  
Full-rights Member of the ''International Academy of Religious Sciences'' in [[Bruxelles]] ([[200]]).
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==External links==
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*[http://orthodoxresearchinstitute.org/resources/hierarchs/romania/current.htm#daniel_metr_moldavia Listing] at the Orthodox Research Institute
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*[http://www.mmb.ro/en/index.php?pagina=11 His Eminence Daniel Ciobotea Ph.D., Metropolitan of Moldavia and Bukovina]
  
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[[Category:Patriarchs of Romania]]
  
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His Holiness Daniel (Ciobotea) is the Archbishop of Bucharest, Metropolitan of Muntenia and Dobrodgea, locum tenens of the throne of Caesarea of Cappadocia, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, was elected the sixth Patriarch of Romania and enthroned in the patriarchal Cathedral on the September 30, 2007.

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Life

His Eminence Doctor Daniel Ciobotea was born on July 22, 1951, in the village of Dobreşti, Bara Commune, as the third son in the family of Alexie (a teacher) and Stela Ciobotea.

He attended primary school in his home village (1958-1962) and the gymnasium in Lăpuşnic village (1962-1966), Timiş County. In 1966 he began high school courses in Buziaş, which he then continued in Lugoj, at the "Coriolan Brediceanu" (1967-1970).

After passing his baccalaureate exam, he then joined the University Theological Institute in Sibiu (1970-1974), where he obtained his License in Theology in New Testament studies.

During the period 1974-1976 he took doctoral courses at the University Theological Institute in Bucharest, Systematic Section, under the supervision of Priest Professor Dr. Dumitru Stăniloae; he continued his studies overseas: two years at the Protestant Theology Faculty of the University of Human Studies in Strasbourg and another two years at the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Catholic Theology Faculty.

On June 15, 1979, he presented his doctoral thesis at the Protestant Theology Faculty in Strasbourg, entitled: "Réflexion et vie chrétiennes aujourd'hui. Essai sur le rapport entre la théologie et la spiritualité, VII ^ 424 p." (Christian reflection and life today. Essay on the report between theology and spirituality, VII ^ 424 pgs.) The thesis had been prepared under the supervision of two well-known French professors: Gerard Ziegwald and André Benoit, and it received the maximum qualification. Thus he became a doctor of the Strasbourg University.

A more developed form of this thesis was prepared under the guidance of his mentor, Fr. Dumitru Stăniloae, and it was presented on October 31, 1980, at the University Theological Institute in Bucharest under the title: Teologie şi spiritualitate creştină. Raportul dintre ele şi situaţia actuală (Theology and Christian spirituality. The relation between them and the current situation).

By passing the oral exam and by supporting his thesis, Dan-Ilie Ciobotea was declared a doctor of Orthodox Theology, obtaining maximum points.

In 1987 he entered the monastic life in the Sihăstria Monastery under the name Daniel, having as his monastic godfather the famous Fr. Cleopa Ilie.

Offices and honors

  • 1980-1988 - Lector at the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey, Geneva and associate professor in Geneva and Fribourg, Switzerland;
  • 1988 - Patriarchal Counselor, Director of the Sector of Contemporary Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue;
  • 1988 - Conferent at the Cathedra of Christian Mission of the Ecumenical Institute in Bucharest;
  • 1990 (March) - elected and ordained Vicar Bishop of the Archbishopric of Timişоаra;
  • 1990 (June) - elected as Archbishop of Iaşi and Metropolitan of Moldova and Bukovina;
  • since 1992 - Theology professor at the Orthodox Theology Faculty "Dumitru Stăniloae" of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iaşi;
  • Representative of the National Synodal Commission for Religious Education, Bucharest;
  • President of the Theology and Liturgics Commission of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church
  • Honor Member of the National Commission for Historical Monuments in Bucharest;
  • Member of the Central and Executive Committee of the Ecumenical Council of Curches (Geneva, 1991-1998);
  • Member of the Presidium of Superior and Central Committee of the European Church Conference (since 1990);
  • Vice-President of the Second General Meeting of the European Churches Conference (Graz, 1997);
  • Full-rights Member of the International Academy of Religious Sciences in Brussels (2000).

+Elected sixth Patriarch of the Church of Romania on September 12, 2007.


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Archbishop of Iaşi and Metropolitan of Moldova and Bukovina
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