Croatian Bishops' Conference

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The Croatian Bishops' Conference (Croatian: Hrvatska biskupska konferencija) is an episcopal conference of the Catholic Church in Croatia. It is currently composed of fourteen bishops from all Croatian dioceses plus the Croatian military ordinary.

It was established in 1993, after the Bishops' Conference of Yugoslavia was disbanded, having existed since 1918.

The president of the Conference is elected by the bishops for a five-year term.


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