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As part of the Diakonia Development Office's continued pursuit for human development in various respects, in affiliation with the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate, the Sudanese Service Initiative continues to meet its objectives. Such objectives include the integration of Sudanese brothers of different...
Pope Tawāḍrūs II opened a sensory development room at the Bishopric of Public, Ecumenical & Social Services (BLESS) along with Bishop Yūliyyūs [Julius], general bishop of Old Cairo Churches and services diocese, and several deacons at BLESS. 
Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark, congratulated all churches inside and outside Egypt, while leading the Epiphany mass at the papal headquarters in St. Mark’s Cathedral in Alexandria. The mass was attended by a few number fathers, bishops, priests, and deacons, but...
A human rights delegation visited Ṭura Prison and inspected the prisoners’ living conditions there after accepting an invitation from the Ministry of Interior.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II stressed that establishing a diocese for American and Canadian youth could impact and influence the Coptic Orthodox Church’s service to young people.  The idea stems from a youth diocese that Pope Shinūda III established around 40 years ago.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II consecrated the baptismal font and icons at the Church of the Virgin Mary and St. Demiana [Dimiyāna] in Shubrā after finishing consecrating the church’s six altars.
The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) called for a solution to the problem of renewing pre-trial detention for long periods of time without a referral from a criminal court.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II called on his followers everywhere to plan on participating in prayers during the holiday season through their screens in order for the oneness of heart and soul to be firmly rooted within all of them.  He also called on them to pray for Egypt and the president. 
ʿAbd al-Ghaffār Shukr, Vice Chairman of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), and member Muḥammad Zāriʿ offered their resignation while six others threatened to quit in objection against attempts to “ikhwānize” it.
Meanwhile, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) expressed “grave concern” over the continued disappearance of Sarah Ishaq ‘Abd al-Malik, a 14-year-old Christian girl, and called on the prosecution to bring the child back to her parents who affirmed that the girl is a devout Christian...

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