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Within the Coptic Orthodox Church lies a controversial issue: whether to remain strict in the separation of the Church from other churches since the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD, or to open a real dialogue with other communities in order to overcome the differences of the past 16 centuries. 
Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III sent a congratulatory cable to Prime Minister Kamāl al-Janzūrī in which he expressed good wishes for him in his mission as head of a salvation government. [Yūsuf Rāmiz, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, Dec. 9, p. 3] Read original text in Arabic
The Cardinal Kung Foundation gave its 2012 award to the name of late Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III in appreciation of his efforts during the past 40 years to enhance fair peaceful coexistence between Muslims and Copts.
Pope Francis suggested that Easter be unified and celebrated on the second or third Sunday of April, a proposal that was accepted by the Coptic Orthodox Church which is to discuss it in committees established for theological dialogue. The Greek Orthodox Church on the other hand declined the...
Following what was written about the assassination of Bishop Epiphanius, the abbot of the St. Makarius Monastery on one hand, and what is happening in the corridors of that monastery on the other, some important remarks can be made, although there are to now no official information disclosed: 
The diocese of al- Minya and Abu Qurqās organized a ceremony on the occasion of the second anniversary of Pope Shinūda’s death.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II yesterday, in St. Bīshūy’s Monastery (Dayr al-Anbā Bīshūy) in Wadī al- Natrūn, led a mass  commemorating Pope Shinūda’s death. 
Al- Ahrām’s report on commemorating Pope Shinūda III discussed why Egyptians loved Pope Shinūda.
Bishop Bākhūm, Bishop of Baḥīrah, stated that Pope Shinūda’s body has left us but not his soul.
Today the Coptic Orthodox Church commemorates the second anniversary of Pope Shinūda’s death in the monastery of St. Bīshūy (Dayr al-Anbā Bīshūy) in Wādī al- Natrūn. The Coptic Cultural Center in St Mark’s Cathedral in Abāssiyah will grant, in honor of Pope Shinūda III, an international prize,...
His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs has announced that the coming Monday (March 17th) will be the second anniversary of  Pope Shinūda’s death.  
In a historic visit, Pope Tawadros visited the Monastery of Anba Makar [Also known as St. Macarios].
The announcement of the death of Pope Shenouda has had an effect on relations between Muslims and Copts, who are always united in hard times as a Muslim family in Maghāghah, that had a long feud with a Coptic family in Shārūnah village, embarked in a good gesture on terminating the dispute that...
Six years have passed since the death of Pope Shinūda III, but his teachings have remained. Egypt, its Muslims and Christians, was in grief after the death of the 117th Pope in 2012. Within his 40 years as pope, a lot has changed. He navigated the Church from one era to another, reaching out to 62...
Cornelis Hulsman was impressed by two articles of Maged Atiya [Mājid ʿAṭiyya], a Coptic Orthodox American who was born and raised in Egypt before migrating to the USA. Maged Atiya writes about the impact of Coptic migrants to the USA on Egypt. They remained politically involved but often with an...
In his speech during a celebration marking the anniversary of the death of late Pope Shinūdah III, at the monastery of St. Mary [al-Siryān] in Wādī al-Natrūn, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawādrūs II said that late Pope Shinūdah was biblically experienced in theological dialogues.
Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Hoexter, North Germany, reiterated that the Coptic Church has a national role that contributes in redressing Egypt's political image, stressing that the current regime is a legitimate condition founded on the will of the Egyptian people, and not a military...
Dr. Kamīl Siddīq  Sawiris, Secretary General of the Milli Council of the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria, said that "with regard to the decision to ban the travel of Copts to the occupied lands of Jerusalem to visit the holy sites, the decision was made by the Holy Synod during the reign of...
The issue of the ban of the Egyptian Coptic Church on Coptic Christians visiting Jerusalem to perform the pilgrimage rituals was raised in the media and stirred a debate in the past week in concurrence with Easter celebrations. 
The monastery of Anbā Bula Al-ʿAmer of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the Red Sea, issued a statement on Friday, warning of the production of a film that depicts the life of the deceased monk, Bishop Fānūs of Anbā Bula.

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