Supporters of Orthodox patriarch organize Moscow motorcade
CWN - May 21, 2012
About 300 cars drove through Moscow on May 20 in a public demonstration of support for the Orthodox Church and Patriarch Kirill, who has come under heavy public criticism.
The motorists waved signs proclaiming their loyalty to the Orthodox prelate, their opposition to abortion, and their hope to see 300 new Orthodox churches built promptly.
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