Eastern Orthodoxy in Croatia refers to adherents, religious communities, institutions and organizations of Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Croatia. It is the second-largest religious denomination in Croatia, as Roman Catholicism predominates. Over 190,000 people, forming 4.44% of the total Croatian population, are Eastern Orthodox Christians.
Eastern Orthodoxy in Croatia is represented foremost by the Serbian Orthodox Church, which claims most of the Orthodox Christian faithful. Other major jurisdictions are the Bulgarian Orthodox and Macedonian Orthodox Churches. These three churches are recognized by the state. In Croatia there are also adherents to the Montenegrin Orthodox Church. During World War II, the Croatian Orthodox Church existed as well.
The published data from the 2011 Croatian census included a crosstab of ethnicity and religion, which showed that a total of 190,143 Orthodox believers (4.5% of the total population) was divided between the following ethnic groups:
Regional Council of Serbian Orthodox Church in Croatia consists of all five diocesan bishops. The Council is presided by the Metropolitan of Zagreb and Ljubljana.
Major Serbian Orthodox sites include the monasteries:
and the churches: