APA 6th Edition Šanjek, F. (2001). CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA. Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin, (12-13), 15-23. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091
MLA 8th Edition Šanjek, Franjo. "CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA." Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin, vol. , br. 12-13, 2001, str. 15-23. https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091. Citirano 20.09.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Šanjek, Franjo. "CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA." Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin , br. 12-13 (2001): 15-23. https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091
Harvard Šanjek, F. (2001). 'CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA', Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin, (12-13), str. 15-23. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091 (Datum pristupa: 20.09.2020.)
Vancouver Šanjek F. CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA. Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin [Internet]. 2001 [pristupljeno 20.09.2020.];(12-13):15-23. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091
IEEE F. Šanjek, "CRKVA U HRVATA U DOBA PETRA ZRINSKOG I FRANA KRSTE FRANKOPANA", Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin, vol., br. 12-13, str. 15-23, 2001. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/135091. [Citirano: 20.09.2020.]
Sažetak The active area in the church of Croatia within the period of the Zrinski-Frankopan rebellion was conected to social, intellectual and religious renovation of not only the «reliquia reliquiarum olim inclyti Regni» but also the preservation of national identity of Croats in the areas belonging the Ottoman Empire.
Regarding events connected to the Zrinski-Frankopan rebellion against, for Croats and Croatia, destroying Vienna politics, the church in Croatia did not take any official part nor did it express its views on the events as an institution. Individuals spoke out in public, clergymen, members of hyerarchy and lower clergy, mainly from rural areas, shared their concerns about the public issue with the rebels, publicly expressing their loyalty and devotion to the imperial government.The Zagreb Kaptol, as well as a part of Croatian clergy, showed great disbelief in the announced union with Turkey, Croatian
and Christian enemy for centuries. Lower clergy from the estates of the Zrinskis and the Frankopans and the Uniate-church members led by bishop Gabriel Mijakić fiercly supported the idea of rebellion and independent Croatia. Parish priests and curates, especially Mihovil Stampfer, Matija Turina and Juraj Pipinič, were the most reliable in
spreading the news on liberation from vilainage service as well as the necessary link between the rebels and the people.
The Zagreb bishop Martin Borković became a tragic figure of the events. As a defendant of Petar Zrinski and Fran Krsto Frankopan he was not only incapable of saving them from their faith but also felt himself how the German eagle seized Croatian freedom.
As the ban's governor «in iuridicis» he protested in front of general Breuner against his soldiers placed «to defend and not to rob Croatia». Noble oldman managed to see the reconstruction of Croatia with the establishment of full administration of ban (in 1680) and the beginning of the great war for liberation of the state (in 1683),
that Zrinski and Frankopan had died for.