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The Wealth of the Church (Averea bisericii) 1/5

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Uploaded on Apr 10, 2011

= = The Wealth of the Romanian Orthodox Church = =
Original title: Averea bisericii

NOTE: Subtitles are available in both English and Romanian. Just click the "CC" button if they don't show automatically.

An inquiry into the wealth and privileges of the Romanian Orthodox Church, transmitted March 30, 2011, by TVR1, the first channel of the Romanian state television, presented by Cornel Mihalache

The show consisted of a filmed report and commentaries made by the presenter and his four guests:
- Remus Cernea, president of the Romanian Humanist Association;
- Mirela Corlățan, journalist, writing for the "Evenimentul Zilei" daily newspaper;
- Father Alexandru Moțoc, General Church Inspector at the
Romanian Orthodox Patriarchy;
- Sorin Frunză, director of the State Secretariat for Religious Affairs.

I have created a playlist with all five parts of the show, as follows, which you can access at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list... or http://bit.ly/church-wealth-playlist

Also, here are the five individual parts:
- Part 1 - http://youtu.be/SMGz7yVasWo (this one!)
- Part 2 - http://youtu.be/-UHP9XcDoMw
- Part 3 - http://youtu.be/2Z2BUh9ZPDA
- Part 4 - http://youtu.be/1ABVebz3XSM
- Part 5 - http://youtu.be/mGpo7_lIz4I

If you need the subtitling files, you can find them in .SRT format on my blog, at http://CaveatLector.eu
(Of course, you're welcome to visit the blog even if you're not looking for the subtitle files.)

Last but not least, many thanks to the Youtube user EkemTV (http://youtube.com/user/ekemtv ) , who initially uploaded the film, and to Lucian (http://vilo13.blogspot.com ) who brought it to my attention.

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