Karel Farský

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Karel Farský (26 July 1880, in Škodějov, Semily District, Bohemia – 12 June 1927, in Prague) was a Czech Roman Catholic priest, and later founder and first patriarch (1920) of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Historie Církve československé v Rakovníku" ("History of the Czechoslovakian Church within Rakovnik")

References[edit]

  • Nĕmec, Ludvík (1975) The Czechoslovak Heresy and Schism: the emergence of a national Czechoslovak church American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, ISBN 0-87169-651-7
  • Tonzar, David (2002) Vznik a vývoj novodobé husitské teologie a Církev československá husitska Karolinum, Prague, ISBN 80-246-0499-X in Czech
  • Urban, Rudolf (1973) Die tschechoslowakische hussitische Kirche J.G. Herder-Institut, Marburg/Lahn, ISBN 3-87969-103-7, in German
This article is based in part on material from the Czech Wikipedia.