I think (I'm not pretty sure, as it was 8 years ago) I saw in a village parish in Moldova prayerbook in Romanian, but in CyryllicIt would be curious to see if the Moldovans have a Romanian-Slavonic bilingual resource. A major monastery in Bucovina serves in a combination of Slavonic and Romanian, so I imagine that at least the clergy there would have combined service books, to avoid having to use 2 books at once.
That is wrong. Orthodox clergy should seek to minister to any faithful, even those of a different background. The Russian Orthodox Church Diocese of Budapest and Hungary has some Hungarian-language parishes, some combined (Holy Trinity/Holy Dormition Cathedral in Budapest has both clergy who serve in Hungarian and those who serve in Slavonic), and some parishes that serve in Slavonic. They are doing something to minister to Hungarians, and it is a pity that they are the only ones making any serious effort to expand the Church beyond their ethnic group.On the other hand, given the post Trianon reality, the only future orthodoxy would have in Hungary would be by adopting the Hungarian language to an extent at least . But the Romanian church which is the largest jurisdiction , yet shrinking, would rather close shop as Romanian than introduce any Hungarian in services. The Serbs seem the same.
They continue the same line from the Dual monarchy days, but under completely different circumstances. Back then they could afford to resist magyarisation because there were millions of orthodox in Hungary, now, after the new borders have been traced people have been lost not only to magyarisation but also to the orthodox religion. I’ve listened to some Romanian priests from Hungary address this situation and they think it’s sad, but have made peace with the idea that once the Romanian language has died out, they’ll put locks on the churches . Even the Romanian patriarchate seems to think the same, that’s why they took over the Hungarian Eparchy which historically had nothing to do with Bucharest but was administered from Arad. It’s probably the real estate they are interested in.