The head of Russia’s Orthodox Church has been given a state welcome to Poland on a historic visit that may be overshadowed by the [Psy] Riot trial.*
Patriarch Kirill’s four-day visit is seen as a breakthrough in efforts to reconcile the two countries, divided by politics and religion for centuries.
Poland has a small Orthodox community but is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic…
Read more here: bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19281205