A református egyház vendégeinek és külföldi teológiai hallgatóinak megfigyelése Romániában, a 20. század második felében I

Buzogány Dezső: A református egyház vendégeinek és külföldi teológiai hallgatóinak megfigyelése Romániában, a 20. század második felében I. In: Református Szemle 106.2 (2013), 208-218. pp.

The second half of the 20th century can be characterised by a consolidation of all state structures of the Communist Party. The most important institution in keeping the power was the Secret Police (Securitate), which exercised a strict control over the Churches, including the Hungarian Reformed Church. The Securitate was mostly interested in the foreign contacts of the church. After the Second World War the Reformed Church has kept its contacts with the Reformed Churches in Hungary, as well as with many other Western European churches from the former West Germany, Holland, Switzerland, etc. The Secret Police’s purpose was to gather as many information as possible about the different contacts, and to control the whole issue.