Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America and Canada

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The '''Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America and Canada''' is an overseas [[archdiocese]] of the [[Church of Romania]]. The Archdiocese came in existence in a restructuring of the original [[Romanian Episcopate of America (OCA)|Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America]] formed in the 1930s. The restructuring resulted from the impacts of controls placed upon the Church of Romania by the communists government that governed Romania after World War II. As in other eastern European countries at that time the communist government of Romania attempted to exert political control over elements of Romanian institutions located outside the country. As in similar situations with other Orthodox Churches with “overseas
 
The '''Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America and Canada''' is an overseas [[archdiocese]] of the [[Church of Romania]]. The Archdiocese came in existence in a restructuring of the original [[Romanian Episcopate of America (OCA)|Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America]] formed in the 1930s. The restructuring resulted from the impacts of controls placed upon the Church of Romania by the communists government that governed Romania after World War II. As in other eastern European countries at that time the communist government of Romania attempted to exert political control over elements of Romanian institutions located outside the country. As in similar situations with other Orthodox Churches with “overseas

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The Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America and Canada is an overseas archdiocese of the Church of Romania. The Archdiocese came in existence in a restructuring of the original Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America formed in the 1930s. The restructuring resulted from the impacts of controls placed upon the Church of Romania by the communists government that governed Romania after World War II. As in other eastern European countries at that time the communist government of Romania attempted to exert political control over elements of Romanian institutions located outside the country. As in similar situations with other Orthodox Churches with “overseas

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