Hungarian Communion of Friends

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The Hungarian Communion of Friends (Hungarian: Magyar Baráti Közösség, abbreviated as MBK)) is a non-profit corporation organized for the purpose of promoting and supporting independent, non-denominational religious life in the Hungarian tradition, charitable work by and among people of Hungarian extraction, and cultural-educational endeavors that further established Hungarian values. It is one of the most important Hungarian organization in the United States with a branch in Europe.

The organization was founded in 1967 by Louis Elteto and Andrew Ludanyi. - English