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Theater Response Blog 1. Religion a. Technically, Romania is a secular state, so there is no “official” religion. However, there are many different religious groups that are practiced in this country. There are three main churches which include The Romanian Orthodox Church, The Roman Catholic Church, and the Uniate Church. Over eighty-five Percent of Romanian citizens recognize themselves as Eastern Orthodox, while 4.7 percent recognize themselves as Roman Catholic. Citizens have the freedom to practice these religions, but there are a number of limitations and restrictions that come with practice. For example, these churches were forbidden to partake and plan events that are take place outside the designated places of worship. There were no national religious holidays recognized and government officials would make an effort to ask for “voluntary work” during some holidays to prevent participation in some of these holidays. These are clear and apparent attempts by the Romanian government to preserve and protect
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course TPS 1107 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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