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Nine Coptic families in Egyptian Rafah started packing up and leaving to the city of al-‘Arīsh following recent threats a few days ago as some members of those families said they are relocating to ‘Arīsh after the governor approved to send them there, where there are no dwelling places available.
Karīm Kamāl, president of the ‘Union of Copts for the Homeland’, praised the decision of Theophilus III, the Patriarch of the Orthodox Church of the Holy City of Jerusalem and all Palestine and Jordan, of closing the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in protest against Israeli practices, describing it...
In preparation for Sham Al- Nissīm (Easter), the Heath Affairs Department in Cairo has announced a state of high alert in hospitals to make available health services for emergency cases during the feast. It has stopped issuing holidays to its staff and assured that mobile ambulances will be...
Ruways Morcos, General Deputy of the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral and official spokesperson for the Church in Alexandria, said that the travel ban to Jerusalem for Orthodox Copts was a decision of the Holy Synod is the highest authority in the church. 
The Saint Nicholas Church of the Greek Orthodox congregation on Tanis Street in the center of Alexandria faces neglect that threatens the collapse of the poor construction and architecture, especially that it has been closed for 20 years.
Father Ruways Morcos, deputy of the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria and member of the Holy Synod, stated that no new amendments or discussions will take place on the currently drafted Papal Election Regulations. He added that after the regulations are drafted linguisticly, it shall be...
Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church, Bishop Narcissus, stated that the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa, Patriarch Theodore II, has inaugurated the oldest seat of the patriarchate at the Monastery of St. Sabas the Hegumen, Alexandria. 
  Saint Bishoy Monastery in Wadi Natrūn Monastery announced the opening of the shrine of the late Pope Shenouda III to visitors. The monastery is to receive Coptic and Muslim visitors to earn blessings and learn about his private life.  
Today the Coptic Orthodox Church commemorates the second anniversary of Pope Shinūda’s death in the monastery of St. Bīshūy (Dayr al-Anbā Bīshūy) in Wādī al- Natrūn. The Coptic Cultural Center in St Mark’s Cathedral in Abāssiyah will grant, in honor of Pope Shinūda III, an international prize,...
Bishop Munīr Ḥannā Anīs, the Archbishop of the Episcopal Church in Egypt, North Africa and Horn of Africa, sent a cable to President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, to congratulate him on the 45th anniversary of October victory.

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