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Romanian_hieromonk.jpg|100px| A Romanian hieromonk]]</div> The '''[[ Church of Romania]]''' is one of the [[ autocephaly|autocephalous]] Orthodox churches. The majority of Romanians in Romania by a very wide margin (about 20 million, or 86.7% of the population, according to the 2002 census data) belong to it. In terms of population, the Church of Romania is second in size only to the [[Church of Russia]].
In the Romanian language it is most often known as '''Ortodoxie''', but is also sometimes known as '''Dreapta credinţă''' ( "right/correct belief"—compare to Greek ''ορθοδοξια'', "straight/correct belief") . Orthodox believers are also known as '''ortodocşi''', '''dreptcredincioşi''' or '''dreptmăritori creştini'''.
The current primate is His Beatitude [[Teoctist (Arapasu) of Romania|Teoctist (Arapaşu)]], Archbishop of Bucharest, Metropolitan of Ungro-Vlachia, and Patriarch of All Romania, ''Locum Tenens'' of Caesarea in Cappadocia. '''''Recently featured:''' [[Ligonier Meeting]], [[Constantine the Great ]], [[Harold of England]]. Newly [[:Category:Featured Articles|featured articles]] are presented every '''Friday'''.''