Vasile Suciu (bishop)
Vasile Suciu (13 January 1873, Kiskopács, Fogaras County – 25 January 1935, Blaj) was a Romanian Greek-Catholic Metropolitan bishop of the Archdiocese of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia, considered to be the most important theologian of the Greek-Catholic Church in Transylvania.
In 1919, he was elected honorary member of the Romanian Academy.
On 1 January 1920, Vasile Suciu was appointed Metropolitan, with approval from the Vatican, and with consent from King Ferdinand. During his tenure, a Concordat between the Holy See and the Kingdom of Romania was signed on 10 May 1927, and ratified on 7 July 1929 by the Iuliu Maniu government.
- "Hipnotism şi spiritism", Studiu critici-teologic, Blaj, 1906, 198 p.
- "Teologia Dogmatică fundamentală", 2 vol., Blaj, 1907 (vol.I. "Apologetica creştină", VI + 387 p.; vol. II. "Tradiţiunea şi Biserica", 402 p.; ed. a II-a, Blaj, 1927, 516 + 522 p.)
- "Teologia Dogmatică specială", 2 vol., Blaj, 1908 (vol.I, "Dumnezeu unul. Sfânta Treime. Dumnezeu Creatorul. Întruparea Domnului. Graţia", 606 p., vol. II. "Sacramentele în general. Sacramentele în special. Eshatologia", 604 p., ed. a II-a, Blaj, 1927, 631 + 700 p.)
- Archbishop Vasile (Basile) Suciu at Catholic-hierarchy.org
- (in Romanian) "Vasile Suciu, mitropolit", at CrestinOrtodox.ro
- (in Romanian) "Biserica Română Unită între cele două războaie mondiale", at BRU.ro
- (in Romanian) "Comemorarea Mitropolitului Vasile Suciu", Catholica, Blaj, January 26, 2005
- "Archeparcy of Alba Iulia and Făgăraş"
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