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Religious transitions from Orthodox to Roman Catholic and Greek Catholic confessions in the area Pakrac and Daruvar districts between 1941 and 1945

Filip Škiljan


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str. 101-122

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The author of this paper provides information on religious transitions from the Orthodox to Greek Catholic and Roman Catholic confessions in the area of Pakrac and Daruvar districts between the years 1941 and 1945. Based on the archival materials from the Archbishop Archives Zagreb, Croatian State Archives and the State Archive in Bjelovar, the author investigates how religious transitions were done, how frequent they were i.e. where they were more (or less) frequent in the Pakrac Archdeaconate. There is one piece of information on 1879 requests submitted for the religious transition from the Orthodox to Roman Catholic confession in the area of nine rectories of the Archdeaconate of Pakrac. The paper also deals with transitions into the Greek Catholic confession in the area of Velike Bastaje. According to research, religious transitions from the Orthodox to Roman Catholic confessions were most frequent in the area of the Čaglić rectory and the greatest portion of them happened between April 1941 and mid 1942. According to a list of names of those who performed transitions, 1461 Orthodox believers transitioned to the Roman Catholic confession in 1941. 412 transitioned in 1942 and, in the last
three years of the war, a total of 6 people transitioned. The number of transitions significantly dropped after the setting up of the Croatian Orthodox church in April 1942.

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152092

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/152092

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