Shenouda III [Naẓīr Jayyid] (Pope)

"Egypt is not a homeland we live in, but rather one that lives within us."

View his photos in our photo album.

Articles related to Pope Shenouda.

Biography: ʿAlī al-Sammān
Biography: Muṣṭafā al-Fiqī
Biography: Mīlād Ḥannā
Biography: Michael Munīr
Biography: Mattah al-Māskīn
The Political Dimension of Statistics on Religious Minorities in the Middle East: Case Study of Egypt
Biography: Bishop Marqus
Interfaith relationship in Egypt misunderstood by European media and activists - Conference “Europe and Islam,” Olomouc, Czech Republic, March 2013
The Coptic Orthodox Church under Pope Shenouda III Observations about his Theology and Biography. Review of the thesis of Matthias Gillé
Biography: Jamāl al-Bannā
Biography: Jamāl al-Bannā
Freedom of Religion in Egypt prior to the Egyptian Revolution
Biography: Cornelis Hulsman
Mapping the Coptic Movements: Coptic Activism in a Revolutionary Setting
Biography: Āḥmad al-Ṭayyib
Blessed Are They Who Are Persecuted for Theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven - Religious Resistance among Coptic Christians in Egypt (Bachelor Thesis)
Arguments, Alternatives and Amendments: Article two of the Egyptian Constitution
8-6. Muslim Brotherhood Murshid (Guide) Muhammad Badī' reassures upon Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III ‘s health… and the church considers inviting Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) to Christmas Mass
49-53. Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III:” Christians don’t fear any threats. In Egypt prevails security by means to SCAF and Ministry of Interior Affairs”
43-39. Administrative court cancels the church's decision to grant permission for a second marriage
43-38. The coptic church invites Salafī Parties and Muslim Brotherhood to attend Christmas Mass
27-21. The Azhar’s Grand Shaykh, sends a congratulatory to all heads of the three Coptic churches in Egypt
The context of the brutal attack on a Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria on January 1, 2011
Social Reconciliation: Pre- and Post-Conflict in the Egyptian Setting
9-6. Dr. Badie: “On constant contact with Pope Shenouda III and Christians will live in freedom and justice”.
18-4. From the "Late Patriarch" to the "Currect Patriarch" "Easter" in Egypt the Revolution: One Origin and Three Copies
15-20. Bishop Mūsá of Youth: I say to the Muslim Brotherhood: Rule as a "Faction" And You Will Fail
36-31. Pope Tawadros Speaks Freely to "al-Akhbār": I am an Egyptian Citizen Before Being a Pope .. We Experienced Mubarak's Era With its Advantages and Disadvatanges .. And the Policy of the Current Regime is not yet Clear
Christians as victims of the growing Islamist non-Islamist divide; the urgent need for peace and reconciliation
The Sharia as the Main Source of Legislation? The Egyptian Debate on Article II of the Egyptian Constitution