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The Coptic Orthodox Church has decided to hold a weekly sermon in the English language in one of Hurghada's churches in the Red Sea governorate to promote tourism in coastal cities.
Today, the district of East Mansūra issued a permit to build a Coptic Orthodox Church in the name of Saint John the Apostle in al-Darāsa neighborhood in Mansūra. This came after fulfilling the permit’s conditions and approval of Amīn Mukhtār, governor of Daqahilīya.  
Pope Tawāḍrūs II consecrated two altars, church icons, and the eastern structure at the St. Mark the Evangelist Coptic Orthodox Church in al-Maʿādī in celebration of its 50th anniversary. 
The churches of Northern Shubrā are presenting a series entitled “A Historical Documentary of the Churches of Northern Shubrā” prepared by one of the deacons at St. George [Mār Jirjis] Church.  It documents the history of every church from their founding to their service. 
The Coptic Orthodox Church continues to issue warnings over people trying to steal donations from Copts under various pretenses.  The latest comes from the Diocese of Dayr Mawās and Diljā, which warned of the circulation of receipts stamped with a seal attributed to “Brothers of the Lord” in the...
Last Monday, the St. George Monastery for Nuns in Old Cairo warned that someone on social media was claiming to be tasked with gathering donations in Egypt and abroad for the monastery.  Following these events, Father Būlus Ḥalīm, spokesperson for the Coptic Orthodox Church, warned of dealing with...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has allowed the partial reopening of churches for masses, funerals, and weddings beginning Monday, August 3, given the continued drop in the number of coronavirus cases and deaths according to data from the Egyptian Health Ministry.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II consecrated the baptismal font and icons at the Church of the Virgin Mary and St. Demiana [Dimiyāna] in Shubrā after finishing consecrating the church’s six altars.
Several churches affiliated with the Egyptian Orthodox Church in the diaspora have decided to start holding masses again, on the condition that strict rules are put in place to reign in the spread of the coronavirus.
On Saturday morning, the Standing Committee of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church held a meeting via video conference led by Pope Tawāḍrūs II on the different rates of infections and deaths from one diocese to another, from severe, to moderate, to mild.


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