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  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...
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.
The Coptic Orthodox Church celebrates the coming of St. Severus [Sāwīris] the Great, the Patriarch of Antioch, to Egypt.  St. Severus the Great came to Egypt in the fifth century AD to strengthen the believers and their churches during a difficult period of persecution by the Emperor Constantine...
The celebrations will begin on November 10th, and will last for a week until November 16th. Thousands of tents will be set up to welcome visitors who wish to stay overnight during the days of the anniversary of the birth [Mawlid]. Meetings are also held in the last week of October of each year to...
On July 27, in the Coptic Calendar, Epep 20, Egyptian Christians celebrate the martyrdom anniversary of Prince Tadrus al-Shūṭibī. Al-Dustūr dedicates this article for presenting this Coptic saint. 
Always cognizant of St. Mary’s significance as pertaining to her bearing Christ in her womb, the Coptic Church spends the Coptic month Kiahk to celebrate Christ’s birth (on the 29th of Kiahk) honoring the Mother of God.
Pope Tawadros assured that Egypt started a new era and that there are new economic projects to develop the economy. 
Pope Tawadros II is going  to the monastery of Saint Bishoy in the Wadī al- Nātrun to start the fast of Yunan (Jonah), known as the ‘Nineveh Fast.’ He shall return on Wednesday to give his weekly sermon (Michael Fāris, al-Yawm al-Sābi’, Feb. 10). Read original text in Arabic. 
The mūlid of Mar Girgis has not been the same this year in Banī Damsīs in Dakahlia.

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