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6th century : Slavs and some less numerous tribes settled in the approximate territory of nowadays Slovenia. Shortly afterwards, they assimilated the existing Romance Christian settlers (Vlahi).
7th century : The principality of Carantania, most probably the oldest Slavic state formation, which included a part of present-day Slovenia, emerged.
8th century : Christianisation of Alpine Slavs has begun.
1000 : Brižinski spomeniki (The Freising Manuscripts), the earliest preserved writings in the Slovenian language and the earliest Slavic texts in Latin script.
1434 : A Serbian noble, Katarina Kantakuzen Branković, married Count Friderik II of Celje. Being Orthodox by confession, she was accompanied to her new home by several priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church. These events count as the first presence of Orthodoxy in the territory of present-day Slovenia.
1462 : Pope Pius II founded the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ljubljana.
1508 : Year of birth of Primož Trubar, Slovene Protestant Reformer of the Lutheran tradition, mostly known as the author of the first Slovene language printed book, the founder and the first superintendent of the Protestant Church of the Duchy of Carniola, as welle as for consolidating the Slovenian language.
1583 : The first (Lutheran) complete translation of the Bible into Slovene language.
1900 : The first recorded meeting of the Theosophical Society. This event would, after slightly less than 100 years, stand for the first meeting of a new religious or spiritual group.
1905 : The Christian Adventist Church has come into existence as the first among numerous currently active Christian denominations.
1915 - 1917 : The Battles of the Soča (Isonso) have brought the first presence of Islam. These were battles between the Austro-Hungarian and Italian armies in World War I, fought mostly on the mountain territory of present-day Northwest Slovenia. They resulted in more than 1,5 million deaths, injured and captured soldiers and around 100,000 displaced local residents. Members of the Bosnian Infantry Regiment, who served under Austro-Hungarian forces, have built a wooden mosque to satisfy their needs in the battlefield ; some of them settled down there after the battles have ended.
1945 : Founding of the Democratic Federative Yugoslavia, later renamed the Federative Public Republic of Yugoslavia (1954) and finally the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1963). Slovenia has been one of the six socialist republics (and two autonomous regions) which constituted the federation.
1966 : Concluding of the Belgrade Protocol between the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia and the Holy See and re-establishment of diplomatic relations between states.
1980 : The only known pre-Christian pagan group has ceased to exist.
1990 : Referendum on the independence of the Republic of Slovenia from the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia. 88.5 percent of eligible voters have decided to form an independent Republic of Slovenia.
1991 : Proclamation of independence of the Republic of Slovenia.
Ten-Day War between the Slovenian Territorial Defence and the Yugoslav People’s Army.
Passing of the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia.
1992 : Pope John Paul II has recognized independence of the Slovenian Bishops’ Conference of the Catholic Church.
1996 : Pastoral visit of pope John Paul II.
1999 : Pastoral visit of pope John Paul II.
2002 : Permanent membership of the Republic of Slovenia in the United Nations
2003 : Founding of the Office of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia for Religious Communities as the only state institution, specialized for religious freedom and religious communities.
2004 : Membership of the Republic of Slovenia in NATO.
Membership of the Republic of Slovenia in European Union.
Ratification of the Agreement between the Republic of Slovenia and the Holy See on Legal Issues.
2007 : Introduction of the EU currency, euro.
Passing of the Religious Freedom Act.
2012 : Integration of the Office for Religious Communities into the Ministry of Culture.
2020 : Opening of the first mosque in Slovenia, built in Ljubljana by the Islamic Community of the Republic of Slovenia.
Dissolution of the Office for Religious Communities at the Ministry of Culture.

D 18 juin 2021    AGregor Lesjak

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