A Romanian gendarme holds his hands behind his back while speaking to men praying outside the door of the Romanian Patriarchy in Bucharest, Romania, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015. A religious service was held to mark eight years since Patriarch Daniel began leading the Romanian Orthodox Church. (Andreea Alexandru, Mediafax via AP) ROMANIA OUT (The Associated Press)
BUCHAREST, Romania – The Romanian Orthodox Church says it is considering a Romanian monk persecuted by the communists and known as the "saint of Transylvania" for sainthood.
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