CHURCH AND STATE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIAby Dr. Alois Böhmer, Dr. Stephan Kočvara, and Dr. Jindřich Nosek
|A. The Formation of Czechoslovakia||7|
|B. Background of Religious Life in Czechoslovakia||7|
|2. Religious Freedom and the Problem of Separation
of Church and State||9|
|3. Individual Churches and their Organization||11|
|4. Statistics on Religious Denominations (1921-1930)||14|
|C. Basic Provisions of the Former Austrian and Hungarian
|II. Czechoslovak Legislation on Religion Enacted before 1938||16|
|A. Constitutional Provisions||16|
|C. Special Laws for Slovakia||18|
|D. The Agreement between the Czechoslovak government
and the Holy See (Modus Vivendi)||19|
|III. Communist Legislation regarding Religion||20|
|B. Survey of the New Legislation by Topics||21|
|1. The Banning of Denominational Schools||21|
|2. The Government Bureau for Church Affairs||22|
|3. Church Sections of the Provincial People's
|4. Appointment of Clergymen||24|
|8. Emoluments of Clergymen||27|
|10. Duty to Teach Religion||28|
|11. Schools of Theology||29|
|13. Marriage and Divorce||32|
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Book title: Church and State behind the Iron Curtain: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania:With an Introduction on the Soviet Union.
Contributors: Vladimir Gsovski - Editor.
Publisher: Frederick A. Praeger.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1955.
Page number: 3.
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