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.
A book on the culinary aromas and flavours of the Međimurje region among our diaspora communities is the fruit of many years of research and the collaboration and friendship of two natives of Čakovec. The work encapsulates their love of their native region
Two decades following the extraction from the seabed of the famed Croatian Apoxyomenos, an antiquity period statue currently on display at the European Parliament in Brussels, the March issue of the CHF’s monthly Matica magazine offers a ten-page spread featuring the wonder of Lošinj island, its history and natural beauty.
1st lieutenant Novković became the latest member of the Wings of Storm aerobatic team of the Croatian Air Force. Born in Melbourne in 1989, the 1st lieutenant is the youngest member of the current line-up of the aerobatic team. He now lives in Zadar and earned an aeronautics degree in 2013.
This year’s first double issue of Matica magazine focuses on humanist, polymath and inventor Faust Vrančić and our branch offices in Split, Vukovar, Dubrovnik, Rijeka and, after a three-year hiatus, in Pula
Photographer Zsolt Répásy’s Carnival Through the Eyes of the Buše Players exhibition opened at the gallery of the Aranytíz Culture Centre.
The programme included the opening of friar Nediljko Brečić’s and Dujo Jurković’s Art in Wood and Stone exhibition and the presentation of a monograph on the fiftieth anniversary of the Croatian Catholic Community of Darmstadt. The book, in Croatian and German, includes a chronological overview of the mission’s history. It was presented by editors Edi Zelić, friar Nediljko Brečić and Dr Dinko Aračić.