Religion: In Russia

At Warsaw, Poland, arrived Archbishop Zepliak, head of the Roman Catholic Church in Russia, released from Soviet prison as a result of the Pope's strenuous representations to the chancellories of Europe. He was penniless, ragged, emaciated.

The people of Warsaw stopped his carriage, as he drove from the station, took the horses out of harness, dragged the carriage to the palace of Cardinal Krakowski.

Leaving Poland, he proceeded to the Vatican.

An ecumenical council of the Russian Orthodox Church to be held either in Moscow or in Constantinople was proposed by the ecclesiastics now...

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