Alojz Uran or Alojzij Uran (22 January 1945 – 11 April 2020) was a Slovenian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church, who served as Archbishop of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, from 4 December 2004 till 28 November 2009, when he resigned due to health problems. Appointed to succeed him was the coadjutor archbishop of Maribor, Anton Stres, C.M.
|Archbishop of Ljubljana|
|Appointed||25 October 2004|
|Ordination||29 June 1970|
|Consecration||6 January 1993|
by John Paul II
|Born||January 22, 1945|
(Present day Slovenia)
|Died||April 11, 2020 (aged 75)|
|Previous post(s)||Auxiliary Bishop of Ljubljana (1992-2004)|
|Coat of arms|
On 16 December 1992, Uran was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Ljubljana and Titular Bishop of Abula. He received his episcopal consecration on 6 January 1993 from Pope John Paul II, with Archbishops Giovanni Battista Re and Justin Rigali serving as co-consecrators.
Uran was later named Archbishop of Ljubljana on 25 October 2004. He succeeded Archbishop Franc Rodé, CM, who became Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life. His installation took place on the following 4 December.
- "Slovene Archbishop Resigns". Slovene Press Agency, BBC Monitoring International Reports. 30 November 2009.
|Catholic Church titles|
| Archbishop of Ljubljana
| President of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference