I am a member of a Chabad shul here in an Asian capital city. Most members of our wonderfully diverse Jewish community are not Hasidic. This is so in my case. I now find myself in a local hospital run by the Roman Catholic Church. My room in the hospital has a crucifix affixed to the wall above my bed. I am unconcerned by it. But I am concerned for my Rabbi's sensibilities when he comes to pay a visit and helps me to lay tiffilin and recite the Shama.
The crucifix cannot be physically removed from its position on the wall and I am reluctant to cover it up on account of what happened 50 years ago when my parents were harshly reproved when they covered a crucifix in an RC hospital room in the UK. Would some kind person advise me of how, if at all, my situation today might make my Rabbi feel uncomfortable when he visits.