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» Fr. Ante Gabric, S.J. - An Apostle of the Sundarbans, Croatian missionary in Bengal, India
Submitted By Fr. Irudaya Jothi SJ | Published 07/7/2013 | Croatian spirituality , People , In Memoriam , Friends In Action , Education , Charity , Religion | Unrated
Many among those who worked and lived with Fr. Ante continue to give witness to the holiness of this great missionary they knew, and some are convinced that ‘God visited us in the form of Fr. Ante Gabric’. The work started by Fr. Ante and other missionaries is being continued today among the Santals, who are much more deserving and are still in the periphery, but witnessing to the faith by their lives. The Cal
» Happy Easter from distinguished Croatian painter Zdenka Sertic 1899-1986
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/27/2013 | People , In Memoriam , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Zdenka Sertić 1899-1986 studied painting in Zagreb, Berlin and Paris, and specialized in drawings related to Croatian folklore. From 1939 to 1941 directed the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb. She painted some of the most beautiful Croatian postage stamps, and participated in exhibitions in Paris, Leipzig, Barcelona, Berlin, Kopenhagen, Haag and Bruxelles. She also painted several beautiful Easter greeting cards, that w
» Cantores Maruli vocal quartet promoting Renaissance music and distinguished Croatian guitarist Petar Culic
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/25/2013 | Music , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Male vocal quartet Cantores Maruli, from the city of Split, promotes religious repertoire written by recognised or neglected Croatian composers. The name Cantores Maruli (Marul's Singers) wishes to pay a tribute to a famous Croatian Renaissance writer Marko Marulić - Marul 1450.-1524., named "the father of Croatian literature". The quartet cherishes rich Croatian cultural heritage and emphasises its importance within
» Merry Christmas to Mr. Slobodan Praljak and to Mr. Dario Kordic with their families
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/23/2012 | Croatian Heroes , Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Education , Births , Religion | Unrated
Christmas of joy and pain.
» Dr. Borislav Arapović: A Remarkable Address Given by a Croatian Minister to Those Going to War 1778
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 10/7/2012 | Bilingual , Croatian spirituality , Croatian Language , Human Rights , History , Education , Religion | Unrated
An amazing anti-war, pacifist sermon was given in 1778 by an anonymous Croatian preacher to Croatian soldiers, immediately before the battle between Austrian and Prussian troops in Bohemia. While the Croatian original is still unknown, that same year eight translations were published in German in 1778, Dutch in 1778 (in the Hague (sic!), Amsterdam, and Leeuwarden), in Swedish in 1778 and 1779, and in Latvian in 1804 and 1
» Gradovrh a new web portal for Croats in Tuzla is launched
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 09/21/2012 | Bilingual , Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Until its destruction, the Gradovrh monastery was a spiritual and cultural center for Croatian Catholics in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina centered around Tuzla. Even though the monastery no longer exists, its name is still revered by Croats in the Tuzla area to this day. Not only does the journal published by Matica Hrvatska in Tuzla carry its name, but a new website aims to preserve Gradovrh's lega
» Bosnia and Herzegovina where the God weeps
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 05/23/2012 | Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Education , Community , Religion | Unrated
Even though religious freedom is enshrined in the 1995 constitution (Article 2), there are alarming cases of discrimination and violence. Muslims, Catholics and Orthodox have all reported many cases of aggression and religious intolerance. Religious practice is relatively low but there are some areas where religion is taken very seriously. Examples of this include the Croatian Catholic communities in Bosnia, where th
» The Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Croatian painter Maxo Vanka
  Maxo Vanka's murals for Millvale's Croatian Church of St. Nicholas are a unique contribution to the American mural movement of the 1930s and 1940s. The Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka is a nonprofit public supported historic art preservation organization. Vanka's work touches upon common themes of his era, including family, labor, and war, but with a focus upon the disenfranchised and the dispo
» Collegium pro musica sacra Croatian choir founded in 1972 celebrates 40 years of existence
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 03/12/2012 | Music , People , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Collegium pro musica sacra, Croatian choir specialised for churhc music ranging from Gregorian coral to modern sacral music, with a special emphasis on Croatian church music,  has been founded in 1972, ie. 40 years ago. It was founded by s. Imakulata Malinka on the photo, who directed the choir until 1999, and since then until 2010 it was directed by s. Cecilija Pleša. Now the Collegium pro musica sacra is conducted


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