ABSTRACT. In the present study, we aim at a relevant and concise analysis of the phrase “the right to the freedom of religion”, approached as legislative challenge while also dealing with a ritual aspect, namely offering the Holy Communion within the Holy and Divine Liturgy with the same spoon, approached as a theological and canonical challenge alike, the effects of the implementation of the provisions contained in the Military Ordinances, that is Ordinance no. 1 of March 17th, 2020, in terms of some first emergency measures regarding gatherings and the cross-border movement of goods and Ordinance no. 2 of March 21st, 2020 on measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Keywords: COVID-19; pandemic; civil legislation; church legislation; human rights; freedom of religious belief

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PhD; Reverend Associate Professor at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University,
Faculty of Orthodox Theology;
Iași, Romania

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