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Siluan Mănuilă

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Siluan Mănuilă
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Siluan Mănuilă at the Romanian Orthodox Cathedral Saint Nicholas in Gyula
ChurchRomanian Orthodox Church
DioceseGyula, Dacia Felix
Installed2007 (Gyula)
2017 (Dacia Felix)
PredecessorSofronie Drincec (Gyula)
Daniil Stoenescu (Dacia Felix)
Personal details
Birth nameCristian Constantin Manuilă
Born (1971-09-16) 16 September 1971 (age 49)
Chelmac, Romania
DenominationEastern Orthodox Church
ProfessionTheologian

Siluan Mănuilă (born 16 September 1971 as Cristian Constantin Manuilă[1]) is a bishop of the Romanian Orthodox Church. He is since 2007, bishop of the Diocese of Gyula;[2] and since 2017, also leader of the Diocese of Dacia Felix.[3]

He completed his secondary education in Arad, Romania, continuing his theological studies in Sibiu and later in Athens, Greece. He went to Hungary in 1999, after the election of Sofronie Drincec as bishop of the Diocese of Gyula. In 2002, Mănuilă was named hegumen of the skete Adormirea Maicii Domnului (Assumption of the Virgin Mary) in Körösszakál. In 2003, he was appointed archimandrite and received the patriarchal cross, and until 2007, he was the cultural assessor of the Diocese of Gyula. Mănuilă was elected bishop of the diocese on 11 March 2007, taking office on 8 July.[2] On 4 August 2014, the President of Romania Traian Băsescu awarded him and many other bishops the Order of Cultural Merit for their efforts in getting involved in the lives of the Romanian diaspora in other countries (Hungary in Mănuilă's case).[1]

On 1 August 2017, Mănuilă also became leader of the Diocese of Dacia Felix in Serbia due to health problems of the previous bishop, Daniil Stoenescu.[3]

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References

  1. ^ a b Postelnicu, Valentina (24 April 2014). "Băsescu a decorat prelați, pentru implicarea în viața comunităților românești din afara țării". Mediafax (in Romanian).
  2. ^ a b "INTERVIU/ PS Siluan Mănuilă: "Comunitatea românească din Ungaria se încăpățănează să existe"". NewsAr.ro (in Romanian). 24 June 2014.
  3. ^ a b Anghel, Gheorghe (4 August 2017). "PS Siluan al Ungariei – locțiitor al Episcopiei Dacia Felix. Ierarhul a oficiat prima vizită în Eparhie". Basilica News Agency (in Romanian).
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