Taking part in the dance pairs Croatian folk dance competition were Lydia Novak and Mathias Hoeld of the Kolo Slavuj Gradišće Croatian folklore ensemble, performing the Racko round dance, and Jutta Binder-Schoretits dancing with her partner Michael Navratil.
The latest issue of Matica magazine looks ahead at upcoming CHF summer programmes and focuses on the history, nature and prominent figures of Brač, the sunniest island off the seaboard of our southern region of Dalmatia.
In Padua to join the numerous ethnic Croatian community living in Italy and pilgrims from the homeland and from other diaspora communities were our ambassadors in Rome and the Vatican, our general consul in Trieste, and our consuls and the representatives of Croatian associations in Italy.
Nine folklore ensembles from the Croatian Catholic missions, communities and parishes in Essen, Darmstadt, Nürnberg, Düsseldorf, Offenbach, Ludwigsburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart/Bad Cannstatt and Wuppertal gathered at the Martinsee culture and sports centre. The 28th Croatian Folklore Festival was staged in Heusenstamm near the German city of Offenbach am Main on the 4th of May. The event…
The CHF played host to a group of students studying international business relations at the university in Željezno (Eisenstadt) in Austria. The group was led by Ivan Rončević of the University of Vienna’s Institute of Slavic Studies.
The monograph on Nenadić near Sombor, a salaš (farmstead) type village typical of the region, was promoted by Frane Parać, vice president of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, academician Dragutin Feletar, Vladimir Nazor Croatian Culture and Arts Society president Mata Matarić, Sombor mayor Dušanka Golubović, Mario Bara, Croatian Writers’ Association president Đuro Vidmarović, Stjepan Sučić and Carmelite friar Mato Miloš.
The April/Easter issue of our monthly Matica magazine features a diversity of events, both at the Zagreb headquarters of the Croatian Heritage Foundation and around the world.
Antunović was a successful businessman and the long-time president of the Croatian Association of Ljubljana and of the Federation of Croatian Associations of Slovenia.
Bishop Komarica spoke of the 150th anniversary of the arrival of Trappist monks from Austria, Germany and another ten countries in central and western Europe to Banja Luka and the founding of the Mariastern Abbey.
The 2019/20 academic year will see enrolment opportunities opened to one candidate for each of the pre-graduate and graduate university studies of history, sociology, communicology, psychology and nursing.