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Croatian president criticizes Catholic Church
By Alliance Alert
: "President Stjepan Mesic has hit out at the role of the Catholic Church in Croatia, claiming that it benefits from its privileged role in society, broadcaster B92 reports."
Full post as published by Constitutionally Correct on August 14, 2009 ( boomark
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