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This news reports about the complaint Father Rafīq Jārsh, head of the press office of Catholic Church, made to al-Ahrām’s editor-in-chief over Dr. Zaghloul al-Najār’s misinterpretation of a biblical term.
The Egyptian Catholic Church has denied a statement by the Roman Catholic Church stating that parts of the Holy Bible are not actually true.
The author talks about the importance of Yohanna Qulta’s recently published book titled "Journals of a priest in the countryside." Unlike his daring novel "West Nile village," he chooses his words trying to avoid troublesome points looking at things from afar and telling them as they happened,...
Watani commented on the TV program "The third opinion," which debated the status of Copts in Egypt and the repercussions of the US committee’s visit, writing that it is "the drummer to whose beat the debate is run." The presenter of the program replied to the comment saying that such a program,...
Rose El-Youssef magazine has its effect on our Egyptian society. Its journalists are courageous. They enjoy a keenness about finding truth and they honestly withstand and protect all Egyptian values. The subject of the article is a critical subject that was handled by the Western press without...
Bishop Stephanous II, the Catholic Patriarch of Egypt, said that the bigotry of Pope Shenouda is the reason behind stumbling the process of the drawing closer of the Christian denominations. He added that the Orthodox emigrant Copts are the ones behind the stirring up of the issue of the...
The head of the Egyptian Catholic church, Patriarch Istaphanos, was chosen as a Cardinal in the Papal Council of Vatican. Cardinal Istaphanos says that Egypt enjoys peace and the relationship between Muslims and Christians in Mubarak’s age is more than excellent.
The Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic church was given the rank of Cardinal. The Vatican Pope declared that he was given this rank because of his great work in serving the Coptic Catholic church.
Not to care about appearances, humbleness and simplicity are three lessons that we can learn from the birth of Christ. Jesus Christ was born in a mean manger. He also "made himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant." In the story of the birth, we notice that the Lord chose very simple...
Dr. Rodolph Yanney, president of the Society of Coptic Church Studies and founder and editor of Coptic Church Review in 1980, gave the RNSAW permission to bring his articles in the Copts Digest and the Coptic Daily Digest, published in 1999, together in one report describing the factors leading to...

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