Katolická církev, úprava svátkového práva a Marmaggiho aféra v meziválečném Československu
The Catholic Church, the Amendment to the Holiday Legislature, and the Marmaggi Affair in the Interwar Czechoslovakia
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The issue of celebrating church holidays as state holidays is an example of the development of the relationship between the interwar Czechoslovak republic and the Catholic Church, as well as one of political Catholicism’s real successes in interwar Czechoslovakia. Political Catholicism managed to defend most church holidays in the changed political landscape. Introducing the single new, and anti-Catholic, Mr. Jan Hus holiday in the newly created state in 1925 caused a diplomatic affair between Czechoslovakia and the Holy See, and indirectly provoked significant domestic political unrest.
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