Misionarul

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Misionarul
Publisher Metropolis of Bessarabia
Founded October 6, 1929
Language Romanian
Ceased publication 1942-2004
Sister newspapers Luminătorul

Misionarul (English: The Missionary) is a newspaper issued by the Metropolis of Bessarabia in Chişinău.

History[edit]

The first edition was printed on October 6, 1929.[1] The first editor in chief was Vladimir Burjacovschi (May 23, 1891, Sănătăuca, Soroca County - 1959, Bucharest). Among the authors were: Efim Tighineanu, Episcopul Policarp, Constantin N. Tomescu, Vladimir Burjacovschi, Vasile Ţepordei, Marin Ionescu, Alexandru Scvoznicov, Sergiu Roşca, Constantin Chirică, V. Prisăcaru, Corneliu Grumăzescu, T. Gogoncea, I. D. Oporan, V. Harea, Spiru L. Gheorghiu, protosinghel Ieraclie, protodiacon Beladanu, ierodiacon Serafim Gheorghiu.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Chişinău. Enciclopedie. – Chişinău: Ed. Museum, 1997. – 576 p.
  • Istoria Basarabiei. De la începuturi şi până în 1994. – Bucureşti: Ed. Tempus, 1998. – 194 p.
  • Nina Negru. Nu-l mai plângeţi pe acela Care veşnic singur nu-i… // Lit. şi Arta. – 1994. – 19 mai. – P. 8.

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