We strongly urge not to consider that this situation has been resolved. As we have expressed repeatedly, the Catholic school must operate in the building, which is owned by the Roman Catholic Church. If this is not possible, then the lease signed with the local authorities shall lose its validity, which may not be in anyone's interest.

Our Holy Mother Church usually does not seek justice in the street or squares, but rather in her churches and – if necessary – in court. In the present situation, the Roman-Catholic Status Foundation of Transylvania is again in the situation to seek justice in the street, to rise her voice for justice, to step up for justice by organizing an awareness campaign. 

One does not seek justice in the street, but if we do that, then there is a good reason for it – said dr. Holló László, university professor in Cluj, Chief Executive Officer of the Roman-Catholic Status, in his speech delivered at the rally supporting the Roman-Catholic High School and its principal dr. Tamási Zsolt József. The event was held today, November 12, Saturday afternoon in the center of Târgu Mureș.

In Defense of the Principal of the Roman Catholic High School in Târgu Mureș   ”I am fully convinced of the innocence of Tamási Zsolt who enjoys my full confidence. I pray for him to pass over these events and to be able to continue his work – forcibly interrupted – with the enthusiasm and involvement that characterize him” – said Oláh Dénes, archdeacon and parish priest of Târgu Mureș, for the Catholic weekly Vasárnap.
Jubilee in Romania of the Malteser Relief Service   Maltese Relief Service in Romania celebrated 25 years of existence in Cluj. The anniversary event on 22 October 2016 began at St. Michael's Church in the city center, with Mass concelebrated by priests from the area and those involved in the Relief Service and chaired by His Eminence Archbishop of Alba Iulia Jakubinyi György. 
Preparations in Alba Iulia for Moving the Earthly Remains of Márton Áron    With the prior approval of the Holy See, a committee of 17 people has opened on September 1 the grave of the Servant of God, Bishop Márton Áron, located in the crypt of the Cathedral of Alba Iulia. The remains of the great bishop, who passed away on September 29, 1980, were deposited on October 4, 1980 in the pantheon of the great hierarchs from Transylvania.
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