"Tesi Gregoriana" Diritto Canonico 86
2011, pp 616
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The ecclesiastical autonomy under the present canon law of the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church. Comparative canonical study
Today the concept of ecclesiastical autonomy raises difficulties regarding both the internal ecclesiastical organization of the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, tand the Orthodox-Catholic official dialogue.
The two different ecclesiological visions -Catholic and Orthodox- have been confronted in order to identify common elements that can be presented as starting points for a sincere and open dialogue between the Orthodox and the Catholic Church.
Georgica Grigoriţă is a Romanian Orthodox theologian, born in 1978 in Galati (Romania). After studying theology and law at the University of Bucharest, he earned two Masters in the same university. In June 2006 he obtained a degree in canon law from Pontifical Gregorian University. Then in 2007 he was admitted in the European Inter-University program of Doctoral formation "Gratianus", which takes place in Paris (France). In June 2010, he defended his doctoral thesis, presented here at the Pontifical Gregorian University, under the direction of P. Gianfranco Ghirlanda SJ.