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Egypt will receive this week His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Catholics number 300 thousand citizens in Egypt. In spite of their different denominations, not one of them came out to claim that there is persecution in Egypt.
The Ministry of Social Affairs was forced to hire a representative for the Association (the counselor Maher Samy Youssef) and remove its head Amin Fahim for committing financial and administrative violations. ... What is really strange is the situation of the ministry because the ministry made a...
Catholics in Egypt are waiting for the visit of Pope John Paul II during the period from February 24-26. The visit represents an extraordinary event in the history of the Egyptian Catholic Church that contains seven different Catholic denominations, most prominent of which is the Catholic Copts...
The Catholic Coptic church is distributing the Arabic edition of the book "His Holiness" for the occasion of the visit of the Vatican pope to Egypt. The book is the biography of Pope John Paul II. Bishop Yohanna Qalta wrote the introduction of the book’s Arabic edition.
In these days, the Egyptian happiness is doubled because it is celebrating both the Eid Al-Fitr for Muslims and Christmas for Christians.
The world of faith and believers is a very special world, a very beautiful one. The world of monasticism and the world of monasteries are two magnificent worlds. Their inhabitants have left the world turning their backs to it for the sake of God Almighty...
The Christmas message of Stephanos II, the Coptic Catholic Patriarch of Alexandria and of the Missionary Province of St. Mark.
The Eastern Catholic Church is celebrating the new millennium in the place where Christ was born, lived and lifted to heaven. Christianity emerged in this region showing the whole world a good example of brotherhood, friendliness among the three main religions of the world.
The Pentagono certificates were especially widespread among Protestant Christians, including the Maadi Community Church. Thousands and thousands have participated but the claim in several papers that 300 million US$ was taken out of the country seems to be exaggerated. Was the number inflated to...
The article is an attack on the Coptic Orthodox refusal to accept the baptism of the Coptic Catholic and Coptic Evangelical churches in Egypt. However, claims are made that Orthodox priests say are factually not true. Some Orthodox priests were consulted and their comments are found in the...
At last the 13 Coptic Christian churches agreed on the project of the unified personal status law for the Christians, and it was sent to the Ministry of Justice. Now they are forming a committee, which consists of some Christian religious men and representatives of the legislative department in...
After the passage of more than 20 years since the first attempt at issuing a unified Personal Status Law binding all Christian denominations, an agreement has finally been reached in the last couple of days. Rose al-Yūsif obtained the full text of the Personal Status Law for the Copts and describes...
Maximus Hakim is Patriarch of the Greek Catholic Church in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt and the rest of the Arab countries. Patriarch Hakim was born in Egypt and then went to Palestine where he stayed until the 1967 war. He says he does not think the Israelis would be committed to...
Christians in Jordan are well off. They are also reaching high government positions.
Christians in Syria make up approximately 12% of the population. The article gives an overview of their presence.
The author bases his article on a research carried out by Dr. Sabela of the University of Bethlehem about the ongoing decline of the Christian presence among Palestinians. Dr. Sabela found large numbers still want to emigrate.
In a letter from the Catholic Church of Egypt the Church complains about Western media reports surrounding the issue of Coptic persecution in Egypt, as well as American intervention into the issue.

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