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  • The owner and publisher of the magazine is the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena.
  • The adjacent monastery, built in 1894, houses the main archive of the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena.
  • The Franciscan order and uri's Province of Bosna Srebrena received special recognition from Pope John Paul II for the work of uri.
  • In 1432, Pope Eugene IV sent Saint James of the Marches to reform the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena and eradicate the Bosnian Church.
  • The first is an autobiography ( written in 1679 ), while the second is a report about the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena from 1680.
  • There are two Franciscan provinces in the country, the Franciscan Province of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary based in Mostar and the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena based in Sarajevo.
  • The most important cultural site in Fojnica is the Holy Spirit Franciscan Monastery which houses an important part of the nation's cultural heritage, maintained by the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena.
  • The Catholic Church in Bosnia divided its administration into two dioceses, one was the Croatian Bosnia diocese, part which was not conquered by the Ottomans, and other was Bosna Srebrena diocese.
  • He finished basic education in the Fojnica monastery of the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena, entered the novitiate on November 4, 1839, took his first vows on the same day next year.
  • During the Ottoman occupation, the bishop of Bosnia had no effective control over the territory of Bosnia, rather, the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena remained the primary vessel of Catholicism in the area.
  • Gradually in the 17th century, as Croatian culture was preserved by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Senj-Modrua in Croatia, and the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena in Ottoman Bosnia, the Roman Catholicism was identified the Croatian national name.
  • Grgo Marti, Juki's cultural and political orientation was based on the para-political tradition of " Bosna Srebrena " as a Franciscan province and the only officially recognised entity under the influence of the Catholic Church in the Ottoman Balkans at the time.
  • He was born in Lipa near Tomislavgrad, and likely finished his basic education at the Franciscan Province of Bosna Srebrena monastery in Velika and finished his philosophy-theology studies in Cremona ( three years ), Brixen ( 1650 1651 ) and Naples ( 1651 1653 ).
  • His songs participated in many pop music festivals such as MakFest, Skopje Fest, Ohrid Fest, Nota Fest, Croatian Radio Festival, the Cesme Festival in Turkey, K雗ga Magjike, Top-Fest in Albania, Srebrena Jantra in Bulgaria, BYF Festival in Bulgaria, and many more.