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Bishop Gojdic died in prison from harsh treatment in 1960; Bishop Hopko was released from prison in 1968 and died in 1976.This situation persisted until 1968 when, under the influence of the “Prague Spring” presided over by Alexander Dubcek, former Greek Catholic parishes were allowed to return to Catholicism if they so desired.There were 131 women religious, and 92 seminarians.In the United States and most other areas, the Slovaks are not distinguished from the Ruthenians.In April 1950, soon after the communist takeover of Czechoslovakia, a mock “synod” was convoked at Prešov at which five priests and a number of laymen signed a document declaring that the union with Rome was dissolved and asking to be received into the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate (the Orthodox Church of Czechoslovakia after 1951).Bishop Gojdic of Prešov and his auxiliary, Bishop Basil Hopko, were imprisoned.Until its dismemberment in 1991, the Yugoslav experiment proved defective, as rival groups jostled one another for supremacy.
In December 1918, after the collapse of the two empires, an uneasy union of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was achieved, and the king of Serbia was proclaimed its head.
by, Karen M Laun, 5 December 1999 Emphasizing Procedures & Pitfalls Lecture Handout - 1996 by, Thomas A.
Peters Certified Genealogical Records Specialist The religious history of Greek Catholics in Slovakia is closely related to that of the Ruthenians.
Vladimir Bohinc Despite the fact that the Ruthenians are the fourth largest ethnic group in Slovakia, few people are familiar with their culture by, Andrea Chalupa Special to the Spectator The Slovak Spectator by, Julianna Chickov by, Julianna Chickov by, Maria Boysak Sample Images Radio Free Europe Prague, Czech Republic by, Matthew J.
Reynolds - Spectator Staff Reprinted here with Permission of The Slovak Spectator The Lemko are finding the reconstruction of their ethnic identity hindered by a variety of internal divisions.