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Croatia: 1st meeting between Catholic, Serbian Orthodox religious

January 29, 2016

During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Catholic and Serbian Orthodox religious in Croatia held an official joint meeting for the first time.

Religious superiors presented overviews of consecrated life in their respective traditions before participants took part in an ecumenical prayer service in Dubrovnik’s cathedral, the Vatican newspaper reported. 

Croatia, a nation of 4.3 million, is 90% Catholic and 4% Orthodox.


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