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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Also known as: Bosnien und Herzegowina (Deutsch), Bosnia y Herzegovina (español), la Bosnie-Herzégovine (français), Bosnia-Erzegovina (Italiano), Bośnia i Hercegowina (polski), Bósnia e Herzegovina (Português), Bosna i Hercegovina (Hrvatski), 波黑(波斯尼亞和黑塞哥維那) (正體中文), ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ (日本語), Bosnia et Herzegovina (latine)

Continent: East Europe

Capital: Sarajevo

Population: 4,008,000

Area: 51,129 km²

Religions: Muslim 40%, Orthodox 31%, Roman Catholic 15%, other 14%

Languages: Bosnian, Croatian (church language), Serbian

Neighbouring Countries: Croatia Croatia, → Serbia Serbia, ↘ Montenegro Montenegro


Circumscriptions (5): Metr. Archdioceses (1), Dioceses (3), Military Ordinariates (1)


Roman Rite (4): Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar–Duvno, Vrhbosna

Croatian Church (1): Križevci


by Type | by Name | by Ecclesiastical Province
Changes in Circumscriptions | Former Circumscriptions


CardinalsCardinals (1 elector/1 total): Cardinal Vinko Puljić (69)Puljić (69) | All Cardinals

BishopsBishops: by Age | by Name | by Precedence | Jubilarians | Recent Events


Special Churches Special Churches: Cathedrals Cathedrals (5)

Documents and Celebrations Documents and Celebrations


Papal Visits


Apostolic Nunciature: Bosnia and Herzegovina Archbishop Luigi Pezzuto (68)

Conference of Bishops: Biskupska Konferencija Bosne i Hercegovine (BKBiH) Link Bishop Franjo Komarica (68)

International Meeting of Bishops’ Conferences: Commissio Episcopatuum Communitatis Europææ (COM.E.C.E.) Link Cardinal Reinhard Marx (61)

International Meeting of Bishops’ Conferences: Consilium Conferentiarum Episcopalium Europæ (C.C.E.E.) Link Cardinal Péter Erdő (62)


as of 2014.11.20

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