Bishops' Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Bishops' Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Conferentia Episcoporum Bosniae et Hercegovinae
Bishops' Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina Logo.png
Abbreviation BKBIH
Formation December 8, 1994; 19 years ago (1994-12-08)
Type NGO
Purpose To support the ministry of bishops
Headquarters Sarajevo
Location Kaptol 32, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Region served
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Membership Active and retired Catholic bishops of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Official language
Croatian
President
Franjo Komarica
General Secretary
Msgr. Ivo Tomašević
Main organ
Conference
Affiliations Council of the Bishops' Conferences of Europe
Website http://www.bkbih.ba/

The Bishops' Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Croatian: Biskupska Konferencija Bosne i Hercegovine) is the permanent assembly of Catholic bishops in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Episcopal Conference is a member of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences (CCEE). The General Secretariat of the Bishops' Conference has its headquarters in Sarajevo, Franjo Komarica, Bishop of Banja Luka, is the President.

Members[edit]

Members of the Bishops' Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina are:

Portrait Name Title Notes
Vinko Puljić.JPG Vinko Puljić Archbishop of Vrhbosna President of the Conference
  • 1995-2002
  • 2005-2010
Franjo Komarica u biloj,2010 cropped.jpg Franjo Komarica Bishop of Banja Luka President of the Conference
  • 2002-2005
  • 2010-incumbent
Ratko Perić.jpg Ratko Perić Bishop of Mostar-Duvno
Tomo Vukšić.jpg Tomo Vukšić Military Ordinary of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Pero Sudar.jpg Pero Sudar Auxiliary Bishop of Vrhbosna
Marko Semren, Gorica,Livno 2012.86.jpg Marko Semren Auxiliary Bishop of Banja Luka
Nikola Kekić Eparch of Križevci According to the statute of the Conference, eparch of Križevci is not a permanent member of the Conference, but can be called on the Council of the Conference

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