Cardinal Puljić led the All-Croatian Consecration in Sarajevo


On Sunday of Divine Mercy, April 19th, in the cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Sarajevo, the Archbishop of Vrhbosna cardinal Vinko Puljić led the All-Croatian Consecration.

In addition to the cathedral parish priest and the Dean of Sarajevo, venerable Mato Majić and several believers, the Cardinal led the consecration prayers that the Croatian people had done throughout history, and have now renewed them.

The consecration consisted of six parts: The Confession of the Faith of Croat Catholics; Blessed Virgin Mary - Queen of Croats; St. Joseph - Special Protector of Croatia; Jesus Christ, To Your Most Sacred Heart; The Precious Blood of Jesus - the greatest treasure of the Croatian people and To the Croatian people in homeland and around the world.

It was finished with the Rosary to Divine Mercy and song Hail Mary, Queen of Croats.

Just as the Merciful Jesus told the nun St. Faustina Kowalska: “I want the Feast of Mercy to be a refuge and shelter for all souls. Mankind will not find peace until it comes to the spring of my mercy”, we believe that this common All-Croatian devotional prayer has helped all believers on this day and witnessed the fellowship of the Croatian people throughout world in this challenging time of the coronavirus pandemic.