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Metropolitan Sawa, (Sabbas, secular name Michał Hrycuniak; born 14 April 1938) is the leader of the Polish Orthodox Church (since 1998), the second largest organized religion in Poland. He holds the title of Metropolitan of Warsaw. He is also a professor of Theology. Previously, he was a bishop of Białystok and Gdańsk (1981–1998) and Łódź and Poznań (1979–1981).
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