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Anba Takla, the Bishop of Dishna of the Coptic Orthodox Church, wrote his latest article in the journal Al-Keraza on the dealing of Christ with the paralytic, who led him to the life of repentance and righteousness, in his article entitled "Sunday of the paralytic”, one of the Sundays of the Lent.
Anba Bimin, Bishop of Naqada and Qus, presided over a Mass celebration of "Palm Sunday" in the Church of Martyr Mar Jirjis and Theban legion in Jarajus.
During the Sunday Mass, the Palm Sunday has been celebrated with the Incense Chapel. The priest lit the incense in front of the altar and then lit the cross and the icon of the Palm, decorated with palm fronds and flowers, reciting the chapters of the cycle known as the cycle of the Cross.
As of April 21, the Coptic Orthodox Church is commemorating the holiest 7 days in Christianity which are the last days of Christ on Earth, before his second coming.. The Holy week is preceded the celebration by the Orthodox Church of raising Lazarus on Saturday, calling it the Saturday of...
The Coptic Orthodox Church announced that the Southern Diocese of the United States of America is organizing, for the first time, a new celebration for the event of the entrance of Christ into the land of Egypt under the name of Global Coptic Day.
Today, Pope Tawāḍrūs II delivered his weekly sermon from the St. Mary & St. Bīshūy Church in the presence of a group of bishops, priests, deacons and people.
  In al-Ahrām, Usāmah Siddīq writes about the Coptic celebrations in Virgin Mary Monastery in Asyut govenrorate marking the anniversary of the visit of the holy family after they fled Palestine. The celebrations, lasting for fifteen days (from the 7th to the 22nd of August) consist of different...
On Sunday, Pope Tawāḍrūs‎ II will preside over the celebration of the Coptic Orthodox Virgin Mary Church in Maadi, commemorating the Holy Family’s journey to Egypt, especially since the church was one of the highlights of its journey. The celebration, organized by Bishop Dāniyyāl, Secretary of The...
Egyptian columnist Fāṭima Nāʿūt writes: Dear reader, did you walk in the streets of Egypt yesterday and notice the vendors everywhere selling green palms, waiting to be braided? Did you park your car there to buy some palm leaves for your children so they can braid them and give them to their...
Yesterday morning, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawāḍrūs II led the Palm Sunday Mass in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the northern coast. He thanked the audience and remembered the martyrs of the terrorist attacks of Tanta and Alexandria on last year’s Palm Sunday.

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