The first great separation in the Christian church occurred in 1054AD between the Western Church,
which was centered at Rome, and the Eastern Church, which was centered at Constantinople (now called
Istanbul). The Orthodox Church has affiliations with the Eastern Church which was predominant in
Greece and the Middle East. Missionaries sent out to Russia also spread the Eastern Church in that
direction. In this photograph an Greek Orthodox priest sits with a small boy. MORE!
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