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I have some questions related to the administrative and financial side of the Coptic Orthodox Church and these questions have nothing to do with the faith or theology. Coptic churches abroad suffer from many problems due to their expansion of church building in the absence of either a long-run...
The article discusses the second laymen’s conference, the topics discussed, and the problems surrounding the conference itself.
The angry reaction of the Coptic Orthodox Church to the laymen’s conference made those announce their intention to file claims against two priests. While the laymen of the conference accused the church of corruption and tyranny, the latter accused them of apostasy, homosexuality, and compliance...
Prior to the second laymen’s conference, Kamāl Zākhir, one of the organizers, has affirmed that some decisions were taken to avoid any objections from the Coptic Orthodox Church.
A group calling itself the “Clergy Group,” has issued publications against leaders of the Coptic Orthodox Church and Pope Shenouda III. It has urged Copts to oust the pope and replace him with the former bishop of Luxor, Bishop Ammonuis.
A group calling themselves "Free of the Coptic Church’’ distributed pamphlets condemning priests’ practices and urging Bishop Kyrillos to hold on and declare fasting and prayer amongst Copts.
The incident is another episode in the ongoing conflict between Bishop Kyrillos’ supporters and a number of priests who filed a complaint against him.
The author questions why the pope feels that educated Christians should not talk about church affairs unless they obtain his permission, and wonders whether they should all be servants to the church to ensure that they are qualified enough to talk to the media.
Ibrāhīm Jād and Michael ‘Ādil report about the growing dispute between Bishop Bīshūy and Bishop Kyrillos.
A listing of articles that published articles on the decree taken by the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church to excommunicate George Ḥabīb Bibāwī, the dean of the Theological Studies Institute in Indiana, over accusing Pope Shenouda of Kufr [apostasy].


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