Exhibition Opening in Zagreb, Mother Teresa: Life, Spirituality and Message
Mother Teresa had many ties with Croatia. She set off from Zagreb for her first mission post in 1928, had Croatian citizenship and was an honorary citizen of the city of Zagreb, where her Sisters of Charity opened the first soup kitchen
Message from the Catholic Bishops on the 2016 Parliamentary Elections
We, Catholic bishops, once again would like to remind the members of God's people, as well as all other people who care about the Croatian homeland, that the election of representatives to the Croatian Parliament is an important event that affects our personal, family, political, cultural and economic reality.
Brussels Exhibition Now in Zagreb
Exhibition on Blessed Alojzije Stepinac Opened in the Domitrović Tower
One Hundred Thousand Worshippers at the Marian Shrine in Sinj
A formal procession and Mass in the year of the 300th anniversary of the coronation of the painting of Our Lady of Sinj, led by Archbishop Marin Barišić, assembled over a hundred thousand of the faithful from all over Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and elsewhere.
Celebration of the Feast of the Assumption at the National Marian Shrine of Marija Bistrica
The main Eucharistic celebration was led by Cardinal Josip Bozanić.
Meeting of the Bishops of the Đakovo-Osijek Ecclesiastical Province
The bishops focused discussion on the current social situation in Croatia, the processes taking place in the political arena, and noted that it is important for a political party to present the value system that it represents with clarity, its foundations in our national heritage and the specific factors that enrich the community of European nations. They also stressed that after the parliamentary elections in September of this year, the new government should devote serious attention to the grave social situation in Slavonia and take steps to halt poverty and emigration.