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Stepinac is a Croatian surname. At least three individuals with the surname (all males: Ivan, Mijo, and Petar) died at the Jasenovac concentration camp.

Stepinac families are Croats and they are mostly from Jastrebarsko area. In the past century, relatively most of Croatian residents bearing this family name were born in Jastrebarsko area and in Zagreb. In Brezarić in Jastrebarsko area every fifth inhabitant had the family name Stepinac. About 160 people with faimily name Stepinac live in Croatia today, in 60 households. There were 140 of them in the middle of the past century, and their number increased by 20 percent.

It may refer to:

  • Aloysius Stepinac (1898–1960), Croatian cardinal, Archbishop of Zagreb
  • Archbishop Stepinac High School, an all-boys Roman Catholic high school in White Plains
  • References

    Stepinac Wikipedia


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