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The article presents a brief overview of the most important events that have happened in Egyptian churches during 2006.
The article says that employees of the Association of Upper Egypt for Education and Development claim they are oppressed by Catholic bishops.
The writer talks about how the West has transformed the celebration of Christmas into a celebration of Santa Clause, and it is starting to become a phenomenon in the East.
Nājih Sam‘ān, the author, presents a brief study on the historical and geographical background of Catholicism in Egypt.
Muslims and Christians united in their stance against Pope Benedict’s offensive statement to Islam and voiced their disapproval during the national unity banquets held in the month of Ramadān.
The pope’s recent declarations have embarrassed Arab Catholics living in the Islamic world. Western countries have different stands on Islam, particularly in Europe, according to the historical and ethnic experiences of each country.
Catholic Priest Jirjis Wīsā Jirjis says in this interview that the marriage of Catholic clergymen is optional and that a priest might have the freedom not to confine his service to one particular church all his life.
Riyād Sayf al-Dīn interviews the Catholic Patriarch in Egypt on issues to do with the church’s religious and political role, its stance on the ‘Da Vinci Code’ film and the war in Lebanon and on dialogue between Christian denominations and with other religions.
Dr Hulsman analyses the lecture of Pope Benedict, noting that the text showed that his lecture was unfortunate but the translation made it even worse. The report notes several translation mistakes from the original German text to English. The Arabic texts were then translations of the English....
Have church sessions succeeded in helping youth on their way to marriage? The answer may be found in the growing attendance of even Muslims and foreigners at sessions for youth who are considering getting married.

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