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In the past decade, 1,500 churches, parishes, and community centers have been built or renovated across the Carpathian Basin, Miklós Soltész, the State Secretary for Churches and Minorities said in the village of Pölöske in Zala County on Sunday.
Speaking at the inauguration and consecration of the parish of the Church of the Immaculate Heart of the Virgin Mary after its renovation, Miklós Soltész, the State Secretary for Churches and Minorities said that the people of Pölöske had struggled for centuries to have their own church, which they finally managed to realize in the 1950s and 1960s despite the “most difficult times.”
He recalled that in the past decade, 1,500 churches, parishes and community centers have been built or renovated across the Carpathian Basin.
Soltész stressed that he encourages everyone to persevere in Christianity and community-building in the next – not easy – period. If “community is built, we can endure anything,” he added.
“We have been preparing and planning during the pandemic so that when times get better, we will be prepared, have the right plans, and will be able to implement new developments,” Bálint Nagy, State Secretary of the Ministry of Construction and Investment said.
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