Witness of Faith
”My revenge is forgiveness” – words of reverend Miroslav Bulešić, who was killed at the age of 27, by the hand of comunists in Lanišće (Istria-Croatia) in 24th of august 1947. He died for his faith.
This photo, triptych was made during the beatification of Miroslav Bulešić which was held in Pula (Istria – Croatia) in 28th of september in 2013.
All info about this event you can find out on this link bellow:
There are also some videos about Miro, I think that you will find them interesting:
A View from Above
Mila Gojsalić (also traditionally “Mile Gojsalića”) (died 1530) is a Croatian heroine and martyr.
Her origins are from the village of Kostanje in Dalmatian hinterland and she was a distant descendant of Croatian king Gojslav. She lived in time of Ottoman wars in Croatia. In 1530 Ottoman Ahmed-pasha gathered an army of 10 000 men with a goal to conquer Poljica. He made a camp in a place called Podgrac (Podgrađe). Mila Gojsalić was among other local women forced to lose virginity with Ahmed-pasha. Because of that act she infiltrated the Turkish camp and blew up the munitions stockpile, killing Ahmed-pasha and numerous officers and soldiers. That act completely surprised and confused remaining Turkish soldiers who were then overrun by people of Poljica.
Ivan Meštrović sculptured the statue of her, installed above the town of Omiš, while Jakov Gotovac composed the opera to her honour. August Šenoa also wrote about her.