Small parish Zděchov (in fact covering just one village, Zděchov itself) is located on Czech-Slovak border in Vsetín district. It's located in the middle of Beskydy mountains, region which was left by many people because it was quite tough to live there. There are some notes about people who left to America in the registries - and here is the list.
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Structure of Czech Catholic church
Catholic church is the most "common" church in the Czech Republic today. What its structure looks like? What are the smallest units and what are the largest ones? And what are the "ranks" of priests?
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