The prominent CAA member passed away in Toronto at the age of 83. He lived in Canada for almost half a century.
One of the oldest members of CPEAC moved to Chile in 1927. He wrote for the Punta Arenas-based magazine Male novine and published numerous Spanish language books in Santiago concerning his native island, the Dalmatia region and Croatia.
The May issue of Matica magazine features a number of articles on the first ever Croatian Heritage Foundation Open Doors Day, the Book Night event and CHF prizes awarded to editors, translators and writers.
The collection is published by the Croatian Community in Macedonia, with co-publisher the Croatian Heritage Foundation of Zagreb and was published with funding provided by the City of Skopje.
Nine hundred competitors from thirty-one countries will compete in Zagreb in July in sixteen sports disciplines.
Acting director Mirjana Ana-Maria Piskulić of the Croatian Heritage Foundation declared the exhibition, which will be open through to the 21st of May, officially open.
Acting CHF director Mirjana Ana-Maria Piskulić expressed her gratitude for this valuable gift on behalf of the Croatian Heritage Foundation. She said she hoped this donation would be followed by others and that it would encourage others to follow the example of professor Morović.
CHF director Mirjana Ana-Maria Piskulić presented the award to Dr Adolf Polegubić for his brilliant study on The Pastoral Care of Croatians in Germany.
Mateo Fistonić was the oldest living ethnic Croatian in Chile and passed away in his 104th year. He was one of the founders of the Croatian civic centre in Iquique in the north of Chile.
Argentina Day was staged at the auditorium of Split’s University Library on the 12th of April