Prof. dr. Anton Strle (born 21 January 1915, died 20 October 2003) was a Slovenian professor of dogmatic theology and a priest. He was born in the village Osredek in the parish Sv.Vid nad Cerknico. He became a priest in 1941. He became a doctor in 1944 at the University of Ljubljana.
After World War II he spent many years in the prison, as he was a priest in the communistic Yugoslavia. Then he worked as a parish director in Planina pri Rakeku. He lectured dogmatics and patrology for fourty years at the Faculty of Theology in Ljubljana.
All the time he was also active in different parishes, for example in the Sveta Trojica in Ljubljana. He published 45 books and duplicated lecture notes for different fields of theology. He also translated several important works, for example Fide Ecclesia and all the documents of the Second Vatican Council. For many years, he was the member of the doctrinaire commission by Yugoslavian bishop conference and a member of the International theologic commision by the Holy See in Rome. In 1977, he was appointed as a papal domestic prelate by Pope Paul VI.