Father John Hotze of Wichita, who led the investigation for the cause of Sainthood for Fr. Emil Kapaun, enters the White House East Room for a ceremony in 2013 in which Kapaun was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously.
Father John Hotze of Wichita, who led the investigation for the cause of Sainthood for Fr. Emil Kapaun, enters the White House East Room for a ceremony in 2013 in which Kapaun was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously. Travis Heying Eagle file photo
Father John Hotze of Wichita, who led the investigation for the cause of Sainthood for Fr. Emil Kapaun, enters the White House East Room for a ceremony in 2013 in which Kapaun was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously. Travis Heying Eagle file photo

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