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Next Wednesday, 1200 Christian priests will arrive in the Sinai in order to visit Wadi Al-Raha (Al-Raha Valley) and Saint Catherine Monastery. The members of this delegation will pray special prayers on July 21 in Wadi Al-Raha at the top of Mount Saint Catherine.
Otto Meinardus, a leading authority on the Coptic Church, wrote a new book called ’Two Thousand Years of Coptic Christianity’. The present work is a compact hardback publication which, according to the cover, is "a new, definite, one-volume history for the Millennium, surveying the twenty centuries...
Israeli archaeologists said that they have discovered some coins which have the face of Christ on them.
The scientific arenas in Holland bided farewell to the great professor and scientist of the History of Art in the University of Leyden. The scientist, Paul Van Moorsel was a lover to the Coptic art. He established one of the most reputable schools specializing in the wall drawings in Coptic...
The Egyptian private sector is taking the lead in restoring the Holy Family sites which are being promoted as a destination for religious tourism in June 2000. On 1 June next year, modern-day pilgrims from around the globe will follow the route the Holy Family took from Sinai through the Delta to...
Cairo governorate this week celebrated the passage of 1,400 years of Islam in Egypt. The celebration was held in Amr Ibn Al As mosque amidst 10,000 worshippers participating in the ceremony. The district the mosque sits is one of the most ancient in the Islamic world. It witnessed the Islamic...
The Ministry of Public Works and Housing on Saturday awarded a local firm a JD 5 million contract to construct tourist facilities near the biblical site of Bethany where Jesus Christ was baptized. Ministry of Tourism officials said the development of the baptism site is expected to attract both...
Eight years ago, a group of scientists declared that they had discovered the tomb of Jesus Christ with the handkerchief of Veronica beside it. The author states that missions which aim at discovering the Christian artifacts, aim at the same time at raising the role of the West over that of the...
The Holy City of Bethlehem will launch a 16-month extravaganza of religious, artistic, and cultural events on November 28 1999 to help reestablish the sacred town on the world tourism map.
The author describes a visit to pharaonic, Christian and Islamic sites in the governorates of Assiut and Sohag.

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