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THE TRIAL OF THE GROUP OF “RUGUL APRINS” (“THE BURNING BUSH”)

Carmen Ciornea
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Carmen Ciornea: Faculty de Theology – „Ovidius” University

Law, Society & Organisations, 2020, issue 8 (1/2020), 33-42

Abstract: The trial of the group „Teodorescu Alex. and others”, being so tragic in terms of consequences, keeps alive only one person out of 16: Rădulescu Nicolae, Emanoil Mihăilescu passing to the eternal life on February 27, 2019. From the desire to bring more light into the investigation of the becoming of Father Daniil Sandu Tudor during the latter part of his life, in 2015, I asked for the support of these last survivors – Nicolae Rădulescu, Emanoil Mihăilescu – true disciples, who sacredly preserved the relief of the flames of the Rugul Aprins (The Burning Bush) in their hearts. In fact, these people are, in our opinion, the most able to recover the course of the Rugul Aprins, since they paid with their own freedom for belonging to this „spiritual group”, notwithstanding the tendencies of the time which they were given to go through in this earthly life. The same reason, of the objective restoration of the investigation and the trial of the group of Rugul Aprins, led to the consultation of the archives of the National Council for the Study of Security Archives (A.C.N.S.A.S.), from which we selected a series of documents regarding the topic of this research. This time, the exercise of demistification of certain interrogation minutes, accusation ordinances etc. was realized by these two protagonists of those – Emanoil Mihăilescu, Nicolae Rădulescu – who engaged in this lucid effort of reconstructing the historical truth, escaping (as much as possible) the subjectivism.

Keywords: Sandu Tudor; Alexandru Teodorescu; Monk Agaton; Hieroschemamonk Daniil Sandu Tudor; The Burning Bush (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 K49 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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