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His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark, received the delegation of the Egyptian-Russian Friendship Association today at the papal headquarters at St. Mark’s Cathedral in al-ʿAbbāsīyya. 
Bishop Makarius tweeted: the construction of houses of worship is a right we demand.
Anba Bafnutiyyūs, Bishop of Samallūṭ in Minya, opened a new museum for the Egyptian Coptic who were martyred in Libya by Dāʿish, at the Cathedral of al-al-‘Ūr where their remains are buried.
“Divorce is granted only in the case of adultery”—This is the solution the Coptic Constitution offers those who are affected by personal status crises and seek separation and divorce.  The late Pope Shinūda III issued a regulation in 2008 that expanded the reasons for divorce to two: adultery...
Bishop Antony [Anṭūniyyūs], Archbishop of the Holy Land and the Near East, said that the crisis of Deir al-Sultan [Dayr al-Sulṭān] is to end soon, after having witnessed Israeli aggressions and abuses against the monks of the monastery.
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued today its report labelled “One Year of Suspending the Church Regularization Committee” in which it presented the applications churches had filed one year ago, seeking the necessary permits under Law 80/2016 on the construction of churches,...
A no-confidence campaign launched against the U.S. Copts Association has sparked a wide debate in Christian circles inside and outside of Egypt, as it emerged that said Association, as well as other Coptic entities abroad, do not officially represent the Copts or speak for their causes.
Since his enthronement in 2012, Pope Ṭawāḍrūs of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, succeeded to become an ambassador for both the Church and Egypt. He spread the message of love, tolerance, coexistence and stability among all faiths. Every time he visits overseas, the Pope is...
In an interview with MBC TV channel, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawādrūs II said that the Egyptian Church is an independent national institution, and has never been dominated [by foreign institutions].
The Coptic Christian Youth Movement called on Pope Tawādrūs II, and Bishop Raphael, the Secretary General of the Holy Synod, to hold accountable the Coptic Orthodox priests who allow holding election propaganda inside churches.

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