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Slovenian Church in Pennsylvania Reopens after Four Years

New York, 19 March - The Slovenian St. Joseph's church in Bethlehem in the US state of Pennsylvania was reopened after four years on Sunday following a protest against its closure by the Slovenian community. The opening mass was attended by Slovenian Ambassador to the US Roman Kirn and Consul-General in Cleveland Jurček Žamuc.

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The Slovenian St. Joseph's church in Bethlehem in the US state of Pennsylvania.
Photo: Robi Poredoš/STA

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Slovenian Ambassador to the US Roman Kirn after the opening mass at the Slovenian St. Joseph's church in Bethlehem in the US state of Pennsylvania.
Photo: Robi Poredoš/STA

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Slovenian Ambassador to the US Roman Kirn (right) and Consul-General in Cleveland Jurček Žamuc with their wives during the opening mass at the Slovenian St. Joseph's church in Bethlehem in the US state of Pennsylvania.
Photo: Robi Poredoš/STA

New York, US
The Slovenian St. Joseph's church in Bethlehem in the US state of Pennsylvania.
Photo: Robi Poredoš/STA

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