Expressions of solidarity from the American Bishops Conference to cardinal Kuharić
Bishop of Worcester Daniel P. Reilly, chairman of International Policy Committee of the United States Catholic Bishops Conference, sent a letter of solidarity to the Archbishop of Zagreb Cardinal Franjo Kuharić
Cardinal Franjo Kuharić sent a letter to the bishop Komarica, on situation in Western Slavonia
The Archbishop of Zagreb Cardinal Franjo Kuharić sent a letter to the bishop of Banja Luka Franjo Komarica, informing him on the actual situation in Western Slavonia
Appeal by cardinal Puljić and bishop Komarica to save the catholics in the Banja Luka diocese
"It is impossible to comprehend the indifference and inertia of the domestic and international politicians with the greatest responsibility who despite knowing what is happening to the innocent and peace loving civilians in this territory, have failed to take effective action to stop the ongoing serious crimes against humanity. The mass media, by failing to inform the public, have greatly assisted those who commit evil and violence, allowing them to continue unhindered and unpunished".
Data on displaced persons and refugees in Croatia
According to statistical data issued on January 26, 1995 the Republic of Croatia cares for 383.670 displaced persons and refugees.
There are still about 10.000 catholics in Bihać
Catholic parish church of Saint Anthony of Padoua at centre of Bihać is slightly damaged by attack on the town.
Mass in memory of Vukovar and Škabrnja victims
Zagreb Archbishop Franjo Cardinal Kuharić celebrated the Mass in memory of Vukovar and Škabrnja victims
Catholic church in Ruma (Vojvodina) devastated
Unknown commiters scratched the altar paintings, broke the windows, threw about the inventory of the Catholic church in Ruma (Vojvodina - "Yugoslavia")