The study summrizes the current knowledge concerning the performance of ecclesiastical administration in the Prague diocese disrupted by the Hussite wars from the Zittau exile centre. It also provides a number of scattered documents on the everyday worries, disputes and life strategies of the Catholic clerby. it particularly focuses on the organizational and communication aspects of the issues, hence on the personnel composition and functioning of the so-called Zittau consistory, the possibilities and limits of the delegation of authority, correspondence dealing with the cases using messengers and the movement of the clergy within the diocese. Another circle of questions is the financial situation, hence which financial resources were available to the consistory and in what way the obligatory payments from the diocese were collected and paid. Using the rare documents, it also attempts to illustrate the everyday stereotype of the life of a Catholic clergyman in the shadow of the "great history" of the Hussite revolution.