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Mircea Eliade is credited with pioneering this direction in Romanian folkloristics in his depiction of "an archaic mental universe hidden in the ordinary life of people today, in their myths and symbols and in their customs. "23 Indeed, the literature on folk religion, and religion in general, in the Orthodox East has underscored the idea that "popular ritual performances (orthopraxy) tend to deviate from scriptural doctrine (orthodoxy) and often draw on customs that can be traced to pre-Christian times.

18 Briickner, "Popular Piety," 158. 1g Yoder, "Toward a Definition," 4. 20 0 n the genealogy of Hungarian ethnology of religion see G. Barna, "Ethnological Research of Religion in Hungary," in Ethnology of Religion, ed G. Barna (Budapest: Akademiai Kiad6 Budapest, 2004), 127-158 and V. a: Kr6nika, 2000), 44-46. 21 A. Szyjewski, "Religious Ethnology in Poland: The Issues of Folk Religion," in Ethnology of Religion, ed G. Barna (Budapest: Akademiai Kiad6 Budapest, 2004), 222-248. FOLK RELIGION IN DISCOURSE AND PRACTICE 25 of elitism influenced by Western religious sensibilities.

Some informants, especially members of the priesthood, requested to remain anonymous; in other instances I took the decision, due to the delicate nature of the conversation, not to cite my informant by name. Some topics I approached in my research are contentious in the local Church community and therefore the anonymity of the informant was maintained to avoid uncomfortable or damaging relationships arising with and between members of the local clergy. 12 INTRODUCTION Many of my informants had encountered or been interviewed by ethnographers or folklorists at some point in their past.

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