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Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark, held a meeting with New Jersey priests and their families as part of his current pastoral visit to the United States, which began on September 13, and is scheduled to last for several weeks.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II, this morning, completes the first week of his pastoral visit to the United States of America, which began last Thursday, accompanied by Anba Dūmādiyyūs, Archbishop of October 6th, Anba Mārkūs, General-Bishop of the churches of Ḥadāʾiq al-Qubba, Bishop Anjīlūs Isḥāq, and Bishop...
In his speech, during the inauguration of St. Helena and St. Anasimone Church of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of New York in Queens, Pope Tawāḍrūs II stated that Egypt has a great history dating back to thousands of years, pointing out that there are strong indications of improvement of its...
The village of Dimshāw has become the scene of tensions between Muslims and Christians because Christians wanted to change a prayer house into a church building. It happens a lot that Christians in villages with no or insufficient church buildings meet for prayer in a house. Generally Muslims in...
A small delegation of the political party under construction, Taḥiyā Miṣr [Long live Egypt] visited on Friday HG Bishop Dūmādiyyūs, Bishop of 6th of October and Ūsīm. The visit came within the framework of the final establishment procedures of the new party. 
The Coptic Orthodox Archbishopric has issued a declaration expressing its sorrow for the fitnah sparked between Muslims and Christians in Imbābah. They appealed to the State's apparatuses to protect the peace in the country and apply the law.
Unfortunate events occurred in the ‘Umrāniyyah district of Giza yesterday as riots broke out against the governorate’s decision to discontinue the illegal building of a church. 18 policemen were injured as well as 23 civilians. One civilian was killed. The front gates of the Giza Governorate...
The critical health condition of Pope Shenouda aroused arguments about his expected successor. While a group of laymen calls for a new law to be established for the papal elections, the church expresses its discontentment towards what it considers to be the laymen’s interference in church’s affairs...
Comments on anti-Christian violence in Bimhā, in the district of ‘Ayyāt, some 70 km Sawth of Cairo. Suggestion that sermon of Pastor Dave Phillips about forgiveness could also apply well to Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt.
The church has given a decision stripping a priest in al-Jīza of his priesthood after being found guilty of collecting funds for himself in the name of the Coptic cathedral.

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