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» International conference in Carmelite convent of St. Elijah in Busko Blato in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 06/18/2011 | Music , Croatian spirituality , Croatians in B&H , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
The Carmelite convent of St. Eliah in Buško Blato in B&H and the Society Passion Heritage from Croatia's capital Zagreb organized a very succesful international conference dedicated to passion heritage of Croatians in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The accompaning program included two concerts of sacral music of Croatians in B&H, with participation of original groups in fantastic national costumes from various parts of the country. The
» Pope Benedict XVI in Croatia's capital Zagreb 4 and 5 June 2011
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/4/2011 | Croatian spirituality , News , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
“I offer my most cordial greetings to the beloved land of Croatia!” Here I would like to introduce the main topic of my brief reflection: the theme of conscience. This cuts across all the different fields in which you are engaged and it is fundamental for a free and just society, both at national and supranational levels. Truly, the great achievements of the modern age – the recogniti
» Zvonko Martic & Vido Bagur authors of ethno monograph about Croatians in B&H
Carmelite monk f. Zvonko Martić on the photo and Vidoslav Vido Bagur are authors of important monograph in Croatian and English dealing with national costumes, dances, customs of Croatians throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina: Vila bana zvala priko Vrana (A Fairy Called the Viceroy Over the Mountian of Vran). The book has 200 pp. and about 100 pp contain luxorous photos. The monograph is accompanied with two DVD-s containing numerous dances an
» Pope Benedict XVI on his apostolic visit to Croatia 4 and 5 June 2011
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/14/2011 | Events , Education , Religion | Unrated
Croatia will soon host pope Benedict XVI on 4 and 5 June 2011, which is the National Day of Croatian Families. The slogan of his visit is "Together in Christ". For that occasion a very nice song has been composed, in which about 30 Croatian singers participate. The first international recognition of Croatia came in 879 from Pope John VIII, ie. 1132 years ago!
» Blessed Easter to Mr. Gotovina, Mr. Markac, Mr. Praljak, Mr. Kordic and their families
 Happy and blessed Easter to Mr. Ante Gotovina, Mr. Mladen Markac, Mr. Slobodan Praljak, Mr. Darijo Kordić, and their families from Nenad Bach, Darko Žubrinić, CROWN Team and from the readers of the CROWN. Happy and blessed Easter to all the people of good will.
» Rudjer Boskovic a famous Croatian scientist born 300 years ago in 1711
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 01/1/2011 | Science , History , Education , Religion | Unrated
Rudjer Boskovic (1711-1787), born in Dubrovnik 300 years ago, was a member of the Royal Society of London, a member of St.Petersbug Academy, "membre correspondant" of the French Academie Royale des Sciences. According to Werner Heisenberg, "Boskovic occupies outstanding place as a theologian, philosopher, mathematician, and astronomer." On the left portrait of Boskovic by Edge Pine, London 1760.
» Andrija Buvina's 13th century Christams message Split, Croatia
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/28/2010 | Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
The world famous portal of the Cathedral of Sv. Dujam in the city of Split had been finished in c. 1214. It is ranked among the most beautiful pieces of art in the medieval Europe. The height of the Buvina wooden  doors is 5.3 m. It contains 28 scenes from the life of Jesus Christ.
» New book by Slavica Jakelić "Collectivistic Religions"
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 12/13/2010 | History , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
"Collectivistic Religions" by Slavica Jakelić addresses questions of religion and collective identity, religion and nationalism, religion and public life, and religion and conflict. It moves beyond the attempts to tackle such questions in terms of 'choice' and 'religious nationalism' by introducing the notion of 'collectivistic religions' to contemporary debates surrounding public religions.
» Mile Bogovic opened the Church of Croatian Martyrs in Udbina 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 09/13/2010 | Croatian spirituality , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
A dream of dr. Mile Bogović, Gospić-Senj archbishop on the left, and the whole of Croatia has been realized. The beautiful Church of Croatian Martyrs has been solemnly opened in Udbina, a town in the heart of Croatian region of Lika, on a spot with breathtaking view to the legendary Krbava field and surrounding mountains.


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