RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 229
Extent157 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: Yugoslavia: Reports and correspondence
DescriptionPapers relating to the Roman Catholic church in Yugoslavia, including: information from the Foreign Office and Sir Charles Peake on the possible release of Archbishop Stepinac, 1950-1951 (ff.1-3); letter from Hubert Butler to the Revd. W.H. Macartney, 2 March 1951, enclosing his 'Memorandum re Struggle between Christianity and Communism', June 1949, and 'In Croatia', an article for the 'Irish Times', with reply (ff.4-15); copy of a letter from Sir Charles Peake to Archbishop Hurley, 22 May 1951, with a covering letter to the Revd. Herbert Waddams (ff.16-18); memo on Yugoslavia (ff.19-21); extract from the speech of the Archbishop of Canterbury about Marshal Tito's visit to London and the state of the Serbian Orthodox Church C.F.R. 554, 1952 (ff.22-23); Tanjug bulletins on Yugoslavia's break in diplomatic relations with theVatican, Dec. 1952 (ff.24-27); letter from L.F. Waring to Archbishop Fisher enclosing a copy of a letter to 'The Times' about Archbishop Stepinac and the Roman Catholic hierarchy in Yugoslavia, 17 Dec. 1952, also a printed copy of a letter from Archbishop Stepinac to Pavelic on the compulsory conversion campaign of 1941(ff.28-32); despatches from Sir Ivo Mallet to Mr Eden on relations between Church and State in Yugoslavia, 4 March 1952 (ff.33-34) and 13 Nov. 1952 (ff.35-50); letter from Robert Tobias, Dept. of Inter-Church Aid and Service to Refugees, World Council of Churches, to the Revd. W.H. Macartney, 17 Jan. 1953, enclosing a report on Yugoslavia (ff.52-56); copy of speech by Edvard Kardelj on Yugoslavia's decision to break off relations with the Vatican, 18 Dec. 1952, (ff.57-63), with a letter from Herbert Waddams to Dr. Kenneth Grubb on Kardelj's speech, 3 Feb. 1953 (f.64); ); text of 'Yugoslavia: the State and the Church: the law to regulate the legal position of religious bodies', June 1953, with covering letter (ff.65-71); 'The Status of the Church and religion in Yugoslavia' (ff.72-89); extract from speech by Edvard Kardelj to the Congress of the Slovene People, 20 May 1954 (ff.90-92); unsigned letter to Archbishop Fisher about a visit to Yugoslavia, with details of a meeting with Marshal Tito and comments on relations between Yugoslavia and Burma, 1 June 1954 (ff.93-94); memo of visit by the Revd. John Satterthwaite to Josef Ujcic, Archbishop of Belgrade, 30 Dec. 1959 (ff.95-96); reports on arrest of clergy in Yugoslavia, and devotion at the grave of Archbishop Stepinac, 1960 (ff.97,101); translated summary of the memorandum of the Yugoslav episcopate, Sept. 1960 (ff.98-100); memorandum by the Revd. M.A.H. Halliwell on a visit to Mgr. Jenko, Archbishop Ujcic's Vicar General, 1 April 1961 (ff.102-103); letter from F.J. Bailey to the Revd. John Satterthwaite reporting on his Balkan visit, 20 Nov. 1961 (ff.104-105); Christmas greetings from Archbishop Ujcic, Dec. 1963 (f.106); letter from Peter Mason to Canon Satterthwaite about a visit to Belgrade and Bucharest, 13 March 1964 (ff.107-109); two letters from Ivo John Bernardi about the situation in the diocese of Dubrovnik and Korcula, 1954 (ff.110-111); despatches from Belgrade and Zagreb about the enthronement of Cardinal Seper in Zagreb Cathedral, March 1965 (ff.112-116); note about devotional activity at Archbishop Stepinac's grave, 17 April 1965 (f.117); letter from the Revd. Ronald Baron translating a telegram relating to Paul Butorac [Bishop of Dubrovnik], May 1966 (f.118); ); note on Dr. Krnjevic and the Croatian People's Party, 18 Aug. 1966 (f.119); extract from a report by the Revd. Michael Moore on Yugoslavia, 9-14 Sept. 1966 (f.120); note on re-establishment of Yugoslav-Vatican links, Sept. 1966 (f.121); extract from a report by the Revd. Michael Moore on his visit to Belgrade, Prague and Zagreb, 2-14 April 1969 (ff.123-125); correspondence between Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury and Jozef Pogacnik, Archbishop of Lubljana, with a copy of 'God, Christ and the World', April-May, 1969 (ff.126-127); arrangements for Sisters Marigold and Phoebe CSMV to attend the VIth Mariological Congress and XIIIth International Marian Congress at Zagreb, Aug. 1971 (ff.128-131); memorandum by John Satterthwaite, Bishop of Fulham and Gibraltar, on a meeting with Mgr. Kuharic, Archbishop of Zagreb, 10 April 1973 (132-133); correspondence between Canon Harold Isherwood and Archbishop Ramsey about a suitable present for Archbishop Kuharic, May 1973 (ff.134-136,143) visit of the Revd. Michael Moore to Yugoslavia and Macedonia, 31 Aug. to 12 Sept. 1973 (ff.137-142); correspondence between Archbishop Kuharic and Archbishop Ramsey following the gift of a French translation of 'God, Christ and the World', Sept. 1973 (ff.144-148); Christmas greetings from Archbishop Kuharic,1973, 1976, 1978 & 1980 (ff.150,155-157); arrangements with Fr. Vinko Kanizaj, Croatian chaplain in London, for the visit of Archbishop Kuharic, May 1976 (ff.151-154).
RelatedMaterial'Programma VI Congressus Mariologici Internationalis et XIII Congressus Mariani Internationalis...', Romae 1971. Transferred to printed book collection.

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