Die Einleitung

Szent István Társulat
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Geschichte der St.-Stephan-Gesellschaft

        Die St.-Stephan-Gesellschaft, die nach dem ersten König von Ungarn, dem hl. Stephan (997/1001-1038) benannt wurde, ist die älteste Verlagsgesellschaft und die älteste katholische Vereinigung Ungarns. Ihre Gründungsgeschichte reicht bis in die erste Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts zurück: Als die bürgerlichen Ideen Westeuropas die Habsburger Monarchie erreichten, wurde es notwendig, dass auch die Katholische Kirche Ungarns zeitgemäße Antworten auf die neuen Fragen geben konnte. (Weiter>>>)


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Szabolcs Anzelm Szuromi: Medieval canon law - sources and theory

The aim of this present volume is, in the main, to make clear the importance of those elements (Latin culture, theological texts of patristic authors, decrees, canons, etc.) which made significant influence on the development of the Church's discipline and in its interpretation in the Middle Ages. The medieval canon law collections give clear and detalied description of the canonical system, the ecclesiastical hierarchy, the daily sacramental life of the Church, the supreme authority of the Pope, and the judical competence and activity of the ecclesiastical tribunals. However, every element of the ecclesiastical disciplinary system has a singular bond to the doctrine of the Church. This characteristic integrity is that immutability which, even among the changing frameworks, has provided for constancy in the Church's institutionalized life throughout history.

Our responsibility for the created world

Circular Letter of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops Conference on the Protection of the Created World. The Church desires to stregthen charity and solidarity on a theological basis in society, together with every human being of good will.


András Rónai: Atlas of Central Europe

The Atlas was published in Hungarian and English and contained 171 colour maps (the Hungarian edition had only 139) and 367 pages of text which provided the reader with a comprehensive description of the geology, geography, population, nationalities, religions, agriculture and transportation in the region.
The maps in the Atlas were complemented with brief explanations and statistics as well as with a precise list of information sources. The maps contained 3 860 000 statistical data for which the compilers not only had to obtain and process the official statistical publications of ten countries (they did not collect data from Albania and Turkey) but also had to work with gazetteers and detailed maps showing even villages. They had to prepare maps of unified scale and projection from all these sources.
The Atlas contains more statistics and maps; all it's data are based on scientific research and can be verified by official state publications. What is missing is not supported by statistics: the sufferings of people can not be mapped ...

Edited by Schanda Balázs: The constitution of the republic of Hungary

In order to facilitate peaceful political transition into a constitutional
state ready to realize a multiparty system, introduce parliamentary
democracy, and promote conversion to a socially alert market economy, Parliament submits the following text as the authorized version - until the ratification of its replacement - of the Constitution of Hungary.




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