In 2012, the Hungarian government changed the criteria for being an officially recognized church, reducing the list from around 370 to a total of 14 officially recognized churches. A year later, 18 additional religious organizations were granted status as well, bringing the total to 32. 

Esther Holbrook interviews members of different local minority religious groups to find out more about their community and how these regualtions effected their religious idenity and sense of religious freedom.

In this episode,  Zsuzsanna Bajó shares a little bit about her life in Hungary as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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