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The remains of the Servant of God military chaplain were identified in Hawaii earlier this month. In his home diocese of Wichita and across the country, the discovery is celebrated.
Father Kapaun was a chaplain during the Second World War and became known for his service in the Korean War with the U.S. Army's Eighth Cavalry regiment.
More than six decades later, Bill Funchess recalls how in a Chinese POW camp the priestly Medal of Honor winner modeled Christ's love to all, regardless of faith.
With the news of the remains of Father Emil Kapaun now identified, this new book gives a glimpse into the life of this priest on the road to sainthood.
Six historical consultants of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints have evaluated the documents in the case for completeness and accuracy. They approved them at a June 21 meeting in Rome.
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