Today, there are two Spiritans communities in Croatia. One is in Podvinje and the other in Osijek. Fr. Albert Thielemeier, CSSp form Germany, Fr. Ante Šiško, CSSp from Croatia, Fr. Josaphat Mosha, CSSp from Tanzania and Fr. Marek Szrejna, Cssp from Poland all work in Podvinje in the parish of St. Anthony of Padua. In Osijek there are three missionaries, Fr. Jean-Michel Jolibois, CSSp from France, Fr. Arkadiusz Krasicki, CSSp from Poland and Fr. Paul A. Karim, CSSp from Sierra Leone. The only Croatian Spiritans are Fr. Ante Šiško CSSp working in Podvinje and Fr. Tomislav Mesić CSSp currently appointed in Tanzania.
Today, Spiritans have three thousand members (29 bishops, 2192 priests, 209 brothers and 563 seminarians who have taken the first vow). Geographically, 1166 of them come from Europe, 1058 from Africa, 160 from North America, 113 from South America and 10 come from Asia and Oceania. We should add 75 laymen to this number. They are a novelty and they all come from different countries. We put great hopes on them to become a part of our future efforts. Our Spiritans in Croatia belonged to the German Province until 2002 when they got a privileged status of an international group directly subordinate to the General House in Rome. When it comes to vocation, eighty young men join our group annually by taking first religious vows and their number is the same as the number of our members who die every year. Most of these young men come from the southern hemisphere. Today Spiritans are present in 61 countries around the world.