Drina Martyrs

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Drina Martyrs were Catholic nuns of the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Charity. They were killed in Bosnia and Herzegovina between December 15 and 23, 1941 because of their religion.

István Tápai: Drina Martyrs (2010).
István Tápai (2010): Drińskie męczennice.

Life and death[change | change source]

Their names were Marija Jula (Kata) Ivanišević, Marija Bernadeta (Terezija) Banja, Marija Krizina (Josefa) Bojanc, Marija Antonija (Josefa) Fabjan and Maria Berchmana (Carolina Anna) Leidenix. They dead in Goražde and near Sjetlina in 1941. They are beatified in Sarajevo on 24th September, 2010.

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Further reading[change | change source]

  • Franc Ksaver Meško: Izbrano delo I-VI Mohorjeva družba v Celju (1954–1960)
  • Anto Baković: Drinske mučenice, Vlastita svjedočanstva, Svjedočanstva očividaca, Dokumenti, Anto Baković, Sarajevo 1990.