Russian Orthodox leader’s support of war divides church

Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, has framed President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in holy terms – as a defense of conservative values against a morally corrupt West. Now, the war has prompted dissent within the Orthodox Christian faith. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Orthodox adherents who say the message from their church’s Moscow leadership and the Kremlin’s war propaganda are one and the same.

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