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Copts celebrate Palm Sunday in the middle of intense proceedings As Copts prepare for Palm Sunday, heightened security measures will be implemented in churches near Cairo and in the provinces. Pope Tawadros II will visit the Monostary of Saint Pishoy in Wa̅di̅ al-Natu̅n for the celebration....
  Next Tuesday, the Orthodox Church headed by Pope Tawadros will host an event for the third annual memory of Pope Shenoda III in Wādī Al-Natrūn where he was buried. On the 26th of March, the church will host another event to remember the fallen Copts in Libya.  Read more here - Link connects you...
Pope Shenouda will not deliver his regular sermon in Alexandria on January 2. In total, the Pope delivered 10 sermons in Alexandria this year, his smallest number ever. The Pope has recently skipped his regular sermons because of medical trips to the United States, attendance at the inaugurations...
According to the report of the Human Rights Watch on Egypt, the government of President Hosni Mubarak intensified its efforts to exercise control over civil society institutions, harassing and restricting the activities of political parties, human rights and other nongovernmental organizations (...
Minister of Waqfs, Dr. Mahmoud Hamdy Zaqzouk announced that the Islamic world would reassess its position during the Islamic conference to be held on June 22, 1999 in Cairo. The Al-Azhar and the Ministry of Waqfs has contributed one million pounds to Kosovo refugees. A new Islamic center costing...
The History and Antiquities Committee of the Higher Council of Culture held a symposium on April 18-19, at the Cairo University library. The symposium concerned the national role played by the Egyptian Church throughout history. The symposium was attended by a number of researchers and historians...
A book review of "Monasticism in Egypt, Images and Words of the Desert Fathers" by Michael W. McClellan, AUC Press, 1998, LE 90.
After the Sunday Telegraph article about Christian persecution in Egypt, lots of foreign correspondents denied this information. An Egyptian lawyer, Mostafa Ashoub, chose the legal way as a respond to these lies.
‘Ādil Ḥammūdah says that when Pope Shenouda ordered the transfer of his dialysis machime and other medical equipment to Wādī al-Naṭrūn for his recent seclusion, observers felt that he was planning a long stay, which would mean he would miss the president's inauguration of parliament, which could...
Rajab al-Mūrshidi holds the Supreme Council of Antiquities accountable for the various problems related to monasteries in Egypt.

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