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On Tuesday the Coptic Orthodox Church celebrated the 51th anniversary of the Virgin Mary's appearance, according to Christian belief, on the domes of the church that bears her name in the al-Zaytūn area of Cairo.
Security forces in Dakahlia decided to cancel the Feast of St. Dimyana that is usually held annually between May 12-20 in Bilqās, Dakahlia. 
The churches of Kafr el-Sheikh [Kafr al-Shaykh] witnessed the New Year Mass attended by hundreds of Egypt’s Christians, the Copts. The boy scouts, deacons, servants, priests were also present inside and outside the churches to serve the eucharist to worshippers coming from neighboring villages and...
Shaykh al-Azhar Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyib has delegated Dr. Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, as a head of a delegation of the Azhar, Ministry of Endowments and Dār al- Iftāa’ shaykhs to visit Pope Tawadros in St. Mark’s Cathedral in Abāssiyah to congratulate him on the event of Easter
A number of Coptic activists have requested through Facebook Campaigns to intensify the security on churches during Easter. 
In preparation for Sham Al- Nissīm (Easter), the Heath Affairs Department in Cairo has announced a state of high alert in hospitals to make available health services for emergency cases during the feast. It has stopped issuing holidays to its staff and assured that mobile ambulances will be...
Amidst a remarkable security presence, millions of Copts came together yesterday nationwide to celebrate Palm Sunday. This tradition started when Jesus Christ was welcomed in Jerusalem with palm leaves and flowers.
Unknown persons had put a packet of dynamite next to the outer wall of the the HolyVirginChurch, in al-Saff [south of Cairo] while Coptic festivities were held. Explosives experts prevented the explosion.
Pope Tawadros II led the Palm Sunday mass yesterday in the Monastery of Saint Bishoy in Wādī al-Natrūn. Many Bishops and hundreds of Copts attended it. Hundreds of Copts celebrated Palm Sunday in the Cathedral of Abbāsiyah, amidst intensive security presence. Vendors sold palm leaves at the...
Today, millions of Copts are celebrating Palm Sunday. This tradition owes its origins with the entrance of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, carrying palm leaves and flowers. Copts go to the streets on this day, carrying palm leaves and flowers and children go to the streets, playing in joy. This day is...

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