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May 4, 1988 | ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writer
The exiled head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church appealed to President Reagan on Tuesday to cancel plans to visit a historic monastery during his trip to Moscow later this month, contending that such a visit would appear to give Western sanction to the Kremlin's control of religious worship. Cardinal Myroslav Lubachivsky, who spoke to reporters after attending a White House meeting on religion in the Soviet Union, said Reagan told him he is committed to visit the 700-year-old Danilov Monastery.
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May 4, 1988 | ROBERT GILLETTE, Times Staff Writer
The exiled head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church appealed to President Reagan on Tuesday to cancel plans to visit a historic monastery during his trip to Moscow later this month, contending that such a visit would appear to give Western sanction to the Kremlin's control of religious worship. Cardinal Myroslav Lubachivsky, who spoke to reporters after attending a White House meeting on religion in the Soviet Union, said Reagan told him he is committed to visit the 700-year-old Danilov Monastery.
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