In the context of their quinquennial Visit ad Limina, the Bishops of Croatia met our Dicastery to discuss the current challenges of pastoral work aimed at promoting the integral human development.
In this interview, H.E.R. Mons. Đuro HRANIĆ, Archbishop of Đakovo-Osijek, illustrates the commitment of the Croatian Catholic Church in favour of migrants, the poor, peace and ecumenism.
Together with H.E.R. Mons. Đuro HRANIĆ, there were also H.E.R. Mons. Ivica Petanjac, O.F.M. Cap., Bishop of the Diocese of Krk, H.E.R. Mons. Tomislav Rogić, Bishop of Šibenik, and H.E.R. Mons. Vjekoslav Huzjak, Bishop of Bjelovarsko-Križevačka.
The Croatian piscopal conference is made up of 5 Metropolitan Centres, 13 dioceses and a Military Ordinariate. The Metropoles are part of the Archdiocese of Zagreb, the Archdiocese of Đakovo-Osijek, the Archdiocese of Rijeka, the Archdiocese of Split - Makarska, and the Archdiocese of Zadar.