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  Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark's See, congratulated the priests and people of  Mār Jirjis Church in Sīdī Bishr area, east of Alexandria, during the celebration organized by the Church on Monday, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the first Divine Liturgy...
The Minister of Culture Dr. Īnes Abdul-Daīm met in Cairo with the Ambassador of Armenia in Cairo Karen Krikorian to discuss the ways of enhancing intellectual and artistic relations between the two countries.  
Bishop Kīrillus Āfā Mīnā, Bishop and Abbot of Saint Mīnā Monastery in Alexandria, issued a decision suspending Monk Athanāsiyyūs who is delegated to the spiritual service in the USA pending investigation by the Monastic Affairs Committee.
A special meeting is held for the youth at the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria. Many clerics will be present, amongst them Pope Tawāḍrūs II.
Claims made by a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood that 60 per cent of those participating in a sit-in outside the Presidential Palace are Christian, has caused anger among Coptic groups which have accused Dr. Muhammad al-Biltājī of causing discord and encouraging division in the country....
On Saturday, the Coptic Orthodox Church concluded the activities of the “Passport” conference for young expatriates from all governorates, organized by the Expatriates Committee of the Youth Bishopric at the House of St. Marina in the Abū Talāt area, west of Alexandria. 
The Coptic Orthodox Church is considering the holding of papal elections earlier to be on October 29 instead of November 24, while the altar lot will be held on November 4 instead of December 2.  
Karīm Kamāl, president of the organization General Union of Copts for the Homeland urged Egyptians who are living abroad to support current President al-Sīsī and to participate numerously in the presidential elections that are taking place on March 16, 17, and 18 for the Expats. Egyptians living...
Bishop Bula, the official spokesman for the papal elections committee, said there is no judicial supervision over the elections scheduled for Monday (October 29), adding the committee will choose six aides from the 2412 voters to help oversee the voting process.
Most Rev. Munīr Hannā Anīs, the head of the Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt, said Copts have fears about power under the Muslim Brotherhood group, adding more than 100,000 Egyptian Christians emigrated last year.  


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