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Josip Srebrnič, also spelled Srebrnić (2 February 1876 - 21 June 1966) was a Slovene Roman Catholic prelate who spent most of his career in Croatia. Born in a Slovene-speaking family in Solkan, Austria-Hungary (Solkan is now part of Nova Gorica, Slovenia), he was consecrated priest in 1906. In 1923, he became Bishop of Krk in Croatia, then part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. He served as bishop on the island of Krk for almost forty year, until 1961. During this long period, he publicly defended the freedom of the Roman Catholic Church against different authorities. He opposed the unificatory tendencies of the dictatorship of king Alexander I of Yugoslavia; in 1932, he published a booklet under the title "Freedom to the Church!" (Crkvi slobodu!), in which he denounced the edu

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  • Josip Srebrnič, also spelled Srebrnić (2 February 1876 - 21 June 1966) was a Slovene Roman Catholic prelate who spent most of his career in Croatia. Born in a Slovene-speaking family in Solkan, Austria-Hungary (Solkan is now part of Nova Gorica, Slovenia), he was consecrated priest in 1906. In 1923, he became Bishop of Krk in Croatia, then part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. He served as bishop on the island of Krk for almost forty year, until 1961. During this long period, he publicly defended the freedom of the Roman Catholic Church against different authorities. He opposed the unificatory tendencies of the dictatorship of king Alexander I of Yugoslavia; in 1932, he published a booklet under the title "Freedom to the Church!" (Crkvi slobodu!), in which he denounced the edu
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  • Josip Srebrnič, also spelled Srebrnić (2 February 1876 - 21 June 1966) was a Slovene Roman Catholic prelate who spent most of his career in Croatia. Born in a Slovene-speaking family in Solkan, Austria-Hungary (Solkan is now part of Nova Gorica, Slovenia), he was consecrated priest in 1906. In 1923, he became Bishop of Krk in Croatia, then part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. He served as bishop on the island of Krk for almost forty year, until 1961. During this long period, he publicly defended the freedom of the Roman Catholic Church against different authorities. He opposed the unificatory tendencies of the dictatorship of king Alexander I of Yugoslavia; in 1932, he published a booklet under the title "Freedom to the Church!" (Crkvi slobodu!), in which he denounced the educational and cultural policies of Alexander's royal dictatorship. Between 1941 and 1943, he voiced his opposition against the chauvinist anti-Croatian policies of the Italian Fascist occupation forces, and organized humanitarian help for the prisoners of the Italian Rab concentration camp, which was established on the territory under his ecclesiastical jurisdiction. He continued to publicly defend personal and human rights of his flock during the Nazi German occupation regime (1943–1945). In 1943 re refused to joint the Partisans or even to provide chaplains for Roman Catholic Partisans. After 1945, he was critical of the Yugoslav Communist regime. He died in Krk, and was buried in the Krk Cathedral.
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