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trial of Dr. Aloysius Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb

Betty Wallace

trial of Dr. Aloysius Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb

by Betty Wallace

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Published by British Yugoslav Association in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stepinac, Alojzije, -- 1898-1960.,
  • Trials -- Yugoslavia.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from cover.

    Statementby Betty Wallace....
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20308831M

      Aloysius Stepinac was born on May 8, to a farming family in the village of Brezaric, some 30 miles south and west of the capital of Zagreb. The apocryphal letter was also lodged in the British Public Record Office (reference FO//), preceded by the blatantly misleading statement: 'The following is a precise copy of a letter written by Mr Prvislav Grizogono, - a Croat – former Minister of the government of Yugoslavia to Dr Aloysius Stepinac, Croat Roman Catholic Archbishop.

      Reading Time: 4 minutes Fr Zvonimir Gavranovic holds his biography of Blessed Stepinac. PHOTO: Giovanni Portelli. Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb in Croatia, died in while under house arrest after having been convicted of high treason 14 years earlier by the brutal communist government of Yugoslavia. The fact that in the drawn-out process to the canonisation of Croatia’s Blessed Alojzije (Aloysius) Stepinac (Archbishop of Zagreb during WWII, beatified by the Catholic Church in ) Pope Francis is seeking the opinion of Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church regarding WWII truth about Stepinac’s deeds during the war is a.

      Aloysius Stepinac (May 8, – Febru ), became the coadjutor bishop of Zagreb in , and archbishop in A little-known detail from reveals one of .   Only three years later in , at the age of 39, Stepinac became the archbishop of Zagreb after the death of Dr. Antun Bauer. From that epoch comes the valuable attestation of the Irish writer and priest Anthony H. Count O'Brien who for two full years was often a guest at the archbishop.


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Trial of Dr. Aloysius Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb by Betty Wallace Download PDF EPUB FB2

Enter Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb: a man who railed against the government for interfering in a Church which answered only to Peter’s Successor. In Tito's Yugoslavia, that Yugoslavia where communism had a “human face”, Archbishop Stepinac was arrested, sentenced during a shameful mock trial, imprisoned and detained until trial of Dr.

Aloysius Stepinac. Blessed Aloysius Viktor Stepinac (Croatian: Alojzije Viktor Stepinac, 8 May – 10 February ) was a Croatian Catholic cardinal who was Archbishop of Zagreb from to He presided over the Croatian Catholic Church during World War II, a period in which it saw widespread collaboration with the Axis occupation, in particular with the Ustaše-led Independent State of Croatia (NDH Alma mater: Collegium Germanicum et Hungaricum.

Archbishop Aloysius Viktor Stepinac's () life began similarly to other young men born in Croatia at the time. He served his country in World War I and went on to pursue an education after.

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Zagreb (Croatian: Zagrebačka nadbiskupija, Latin: Archidioecesis Zagrebiensis) is the central archdiocese of the Catholic Church in Croatia, centered in the capital city Zagreb. It is the metropolitan see of Croatia, and the present archbishop is Josip Bozanić.

It encompasses the northwestern continental areas of y: Croatia. Aloysius Viktor Stepinac was a Croatian Catholic cardinal and Archbishop of Zagreb from to In he was declared a martyr and beatified by Pope John Paul II.

Stepinac was ordained on Octo by archbishop Giuseppe Palica, and in he became a parish curate in Zagreb. Ronald J. Rychlak Robin Harris, Stepinac: His Life and Times (Gracewing Publishing, ) Those who study churchmen trial of Dr.

Aloysius Stepinac the WWII era know that Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb during WWII, is controversial. Following the war, communist authorities charged and convicted him of collaboration with the Nazi-like Ustashe party. Those false. Speech by Zagreb Archbishop Alojzije Stepinac, in court, October 3, The accused Zagreb Archbishop knows for his conviction not only to suffer but also to die.

The president of the government, Dr. Bakaric, told the priest [Božo] Milanović: “We are convinced that behind these actions, is the archbishop, but we have no evidence.”. As the youngest bishop in the world at the time, Stepinac became the coadjutor Archbishop of Zagreb in Just a few years later, the Second World War loomed over Europe and Stepinac was forced.

Museum of Blessed Aloysius Stepinac The memorial collection of Blessed Aloysius Stepinac presents to the public numerous documents and objects that Cardinal Stepinac used for his life, two busts of art and photographs related to his life and work.

In a small space, enriched with bold and suggestive architectural interventions, one can learn many important [ ]. “For the last seventy years—ever since his show-trial in —Alojzije Stepinac, Cardinal Archbishop of Zagreb, has been the subject of controversy.

In this book, Robin Harris explores recently available original sources, including Secret Police files stored in the Croatian State Archives, to find out the truth. The story of Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac. Zagreb, Croatia, / am MT ().-When Esther Gitman proposed a topic for a Fulbright Fellowship, the.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Cardinal Aloysius Viktor Stepinac (8 May –10 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Cathedral Assumption of Virgin Mary and St Stephen, Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, City of Zagreb (Grad Zagreb), Croatia ; Maintained by A.J. (contributor ).

Dr. Ante Pavelic, the leader of the fascist Ustashe in exile made his triumphal entry into Zagreb, the capitol of the newly established Independent State of Croatia (NDH). One of the first men to pay his respects to the Poglavnik (leader) as he was called was Monsignor Stepinac, the Catholic Archbishop of Zagreb and Metropolitan of Croatia.

For the last seventy years—ever since his show-trial in —Alojzije Stepinac, Cardinal Archbishop of Zagreb, has been the subject of controversy. In this book, Robin Harris explores recently available original sources, including Secret Police files stored Reviews: 5.

Aloysius Viktor Stepinac was a Yugoslav prelate of the Catholic Church. A cardinal, Stepinac served as Archbishop of Zagreb from until his death, a period which included the fascist rule of the Ustaše over the Axis puppet state the Independent State of Croatia from to during World War II.

Aloysius Viktor Stepinac (Croatian: Alojzije Viktor Stepinac, 8 May – 10 February ) was the Croatian Catholic Archbishop of Zagreb from until his death inincluding the genocidal rule of the Ustaše over the Axis puppet state the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) from to during World War was tried by the communist Yugoslav government after the war and.

Aloysius Stepinac concluded their final session last week, agreeing to disagree about the Croatian cardinal’s cause for canonization. Cardinal Stepinac was the Archbishop of Zagreb. "The combat clerical orientation of Croatian politics on a symbolic level expressed by the young archbishop of Zagreb, Dr.

Aloysius Stepinac during his first public performance at the celebration of the Pope on February In the great hall of the Zagreb Fair, Archbishop Stepinac spoke to the gathering of several thousand of people with the. Stepinac was buried in the tomb of Zagreb’s archbishops behind the main altar of the Zagreb Cathedral.

Flowers and candles as well as thank-you notes from people whose prayers were answered by intercession of Blessed Aloysius Stepinac decorate that wonderful space as the pilgrims recognized him as a personal advocate and an advocate of the. Stepinac was Archbishop of Zagreb from toleading Croatia’s church throughout World War II.

He was subsequently accused of collaborating with Croatia’s Nazi-allied rulers, for which he was sentenced to 16 years in prison. Alojzije Cardinal Stepinac (born 8 Maydied 10 Feb ) Archbishop of Zagreb Consistory - Created Cardinal Conclave - Unable to Participate.Croatian cardinal who was the Archbishop of Zagreb from to Before Fame.

He served on the Italian front during World War I. Trivia. After World War II Yugoslav authorities indicted him on multiple counts of war crimes and collaboration with the enemy but these claims were seen as false and the trial was a typical communist "show trial".

Cardinal Stepinac was the Archbishop of Zagreb from until his death in at the age of In Yugoslavia during the Second World War, the pro-Nazi Ustashe movement came to power under leader Ante Pavelic after the Axis occupied the country.