WWII Bishop Rožman's Remains to Be Returned to Slovenia
Chicago, 4 April - The remains of the WWII Ljubljana Bishop Gregorij Rožman will be dug up on Sunday in Lemont near Chicago and transferred to Slovenia. The return to his homeland only become possible for the politically controversial bishop who fled to the US just before the end of WWII, after his 2009 judicial rehabilitation.
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