I was reading a bit about it, how is separated from Rome and how relations have been over the hundreds of years since the separation.
I read the following
Although both sides accept the validity of each one’s orders and sacraments, no inter-Communion exists. That means that normally speaking, Catholics aren’t allowed to receive Holy Communion in Orthodox Churches, and conversely, Orthodox shouldn’t receive Holy Communion in Catholic Churches.
Is this correct? If so, it confuses me. If both sides accept the validity of each others orders and sacraments then why can one not receive Holy Communion in the other’s Church?