Pastoral care without borders

ISBN: 978-606-28-1190-7

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5682/9786062811907

Anul publicării: 2020

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Editura: Editura Universitara

Autor: Florentina Olimpia Avram, Nina Stanescu, Maxim Marian Vlad

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This conference, suggestively entitled: Pastoral care without borders (Migration, social change, educational deficiencies, global pandemic), held on October 29, 2020, is occasioned by the fact that 2021 was declared by the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church as “The Homage Year of the pastoral care of the Romanians from outside Romania”. The decision of the Holy Synod is all the more natural, as the OSCE has stated that the Romanian diaspora is one of the most numerous, currently occupying the fifth place at the international level.

Romanians, wherever they may be, are an integral part of the country's social body and members of the Orthodox Church, and the state together with the Romanian Orthodox Church are invited to respond equally to the needs, interests and concerns of those at home and abroad. According to estimates, between 3.5 and 4 million Romanians have settled abroad. Of these, more than 2.8 million live in another EU member state.
At least three main waves of emigration can be distinguished: a first such wave left the Romanian territories at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, heading, especially, towards North America, a second one represented the political exile during the dictatorship. and the third one, after 1989, initially formed by young professionals and later by other Romanians, motivated by economic or career opportunities and who arrived mainly in Europe.

The Romanian Patriarchate and the Ministry for Romanians Abroad signed on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, a new collaboration protocol. The collaboration protocol envisages a series of projects, programs and actions that aim to support the Romanian communities abroad in order to preserve their ethnic, cultural and religious identity.
Thus, the joint efforts for the benefit of Romanian communities everywhere are regulated through the construction, repair, conservation and endowment of churches, libraries and museums, through the renovation and maintenance of memorial houses, historical monuments and cemeteries.
The preservation, protection and revitalization of Romanian traditions and customs will be supported by organizing in the country and abroad cultural events for Romanians everywhere, through educational projects, as well as by strengthening the educational, spiritual and identity role of Romanian Orthodox parishes and monasteries abroad.
The conference, which addresses a valuable and generous topic through its content, betrays the interest of participants, professors and researchers in the field of theology and humanities, for the issue raised by the ways in which the spiritual and social life of Romanians abroad is managed.

Researchers are trying, according to their own skills, to provide keys of interpretation and solutions to the challenges faced by Romanian migrants in a global society, hit today by the health crisis triggered by the covid pandemic19.
Assist. Ph.D. Protos. Maxim Vlad

Assist. Ph.D. Protos. Maxim Marian Vlad, FOREWORD/ 7
Prof. Ph.D. Inocent-Mária V. Szaniszló OP, A POSITIVE IMAGE OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE CONTEXT OF MIGRATION (NOT ONLY) WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION //9
Prof. Ph. D. O. V. Zashchirinskaya, Lecturer Ph. D. Barbaros Tatiana, ATTITUDE TO YOURSELF AND OTHERS IN MENTAL INJURY /20
Prof., Hab. Ph.D., Silistraru Nicolae, Assoc. prof., Ph.D., Golubițchi Silvia VALUES OF CHRISTIAN MORALITY IN THE NOVEL “THE JDERI BROTHERS” BY MIHAIL SADOVEANU/ 26
Lecturer. Ph.D., Gavriliuc Anna THE USE OF ART THERAPY TECHNOLOGIES TO CREATE EXISTENTIAL VALUES IN CLIENTS WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA /36
Associate professor, PhD, Țurcan –Balțat Lilia, FOSTERING A CULTURE OF TOLERANCE THROUGH INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION /43
Ph.D. candidate Codreanu Ana, THE IMPORTANCE OF SELFREGULATION IN CHILDREN WITH ASD/ 49
Rev. Ph.D. Mihail Milea, PASTORATION FOR THE PANDEMIC OF UNBELIEF/54
Professor Ph.D. Mihaela Rus, Lecturer Ph.D. Ciprian Vasile Rus, Assist. Ph.D. Tănase Tasențe, Lecturer Ph.D. Mihaela Luminița Sandu, THE MISSION AND PASTORAL CARE OF THE CHURCH IN THE CURRENT COVID-19 PANDEMIC CONTEX / 61
Rev. PhD. Maxim (Iuliu-Marius) Morariu, PASTORAL CARE REFLECTED IN SAINT JOHN OF KRONSTADT’S SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY /67
Lecturer Ph. D. Nina Stănescu, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STRATEGY - VOLUNTEERING - A VOCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG STUDENTS IN TIMES OF GLOBAL PANDEMIC/ 75
Lecturer Ph. D. Nina Stănescu, SOCIAL PROTECTION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC / 82
Lect. PhD. Florentina Olimpia Avram, Graduate, Florentina Nicoleta Ștefan, THE ROLE OF FAMILY AND SCHOOL IN EDUCATIONAL AND SCOCIAL INTEGRATION OF CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH NEOPLASMS /88
Assist. Ph.D. Protos. Maxim Marian Vlad, THE IMPORTANCE OF EPISCOPAL ASSEMBLIES IN THE DIASPORA FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE MISSION OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCHES - CANONICAL PASTORAL PERSPECTIVE/ 100
Lect. PhD. Dumitru Carabaş, PILGRIMAGE IN PANDEMIC - IMAGOLOGICAL ANALYSIS / 114
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