According to the Dayton peace agreement from 1995. that ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, this state has is composed of the Republic of Srpska, the Federation of BiH (which has 10 cantons) and Brčko District.

 


 

In 1991, the number of Catholics in BiH, in the vast majority of Croats, was, according to the church data, 812 256. According to the blessing of households from 31. 12. 2014, the number of Catholics in BiH is 420,294, which means that compared to 1991. BiH lacks 48.25% of Catholics.

In the area of today's Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina before the war in 1991. there were 631,535 Catholics, according to data from 31. 12. 2014, that number fell to 403,988, which means that in comparison with 1991. there is 36.03% of Catholics missing.

In Brčko District, before the war in 1991., there were 27 865 Catholics, according to data from 31. 12. 2014, that number decreased to only 6 951 Catholics, which means that in comparison with 1991. there is 75.05% of Catholics missing.

On the territory of the Republic of Srpska before the war in 1991., there were 152 856 Catholic Croats, and according to data from 31. 12. 2014, that number decreased to 9 355, which means that in comparison with 1991. in the Republic of Srpska there is 93,87% of Catholics missing.

In 2014., according to church statistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina there was 4 276 baptized, and 6 188 died persons.

This situation in terms of the number of Catholics is a consequence of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1991. to 1995. and post-war situation. It should be noted that during the last war in Bosnia and Herzegovina there were about 1000 Catholic objects destroyed (churches, monasteries, parish houses and other church buildings).