Audience with Pope Francis
Audience with Pope Francis
IUSPAX in Athens
IUSPAX in Athens
17-18 March 2016:
17-18 March 2016:

17-18 March 2016: President of J&P Europe, H.E. Archbishop Jean-Claude Hollerich, and General Secretary Stefan Lunte, met H.E. Stanislav Zore, Archbishop of Ljubljana and President of the Slovenian Justice & Peace Commission, H.E. Stanislav Hocevar, Archbishop of Belgrad, H.Em. Josip Cardinal Bozanic, Archbishop of Zagreb and Bishop Vjekoslav Huzjak, President of the Croatian Justice & Peace Commission. 

IUSPAX - Members
IUSPAX - Members
IUSPAX in Rosengarden - Malmö
IUSPAX in Rosengarden - Malmö
 
 
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17-18 March 2016:

17-18 March 2016: President of J&P Europe, H.E. Archbishop Jean-Claude Hollerich, and General Secretary Stefan Lunte, met H.E. Stanislav Zore, Archbishop of Ljubljana and President of the Slovenian Justice & Peace Commission, H.E. Stanislav Hocevar, Archbishop of Belgrad, H.Em. Josip Cardinal Bozanic, Archbishop of Zagreb and Bishop Vjekoslav Huzjak, President of the Croatian Justice & Peace Commission. 

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