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Egyptian Christians on Saturday celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ in All Saints Cathedral in Zamalek, West Cairo, amid tight security. Christians, who follow the western calendar, celebrate Christmas Eve 24th December and continue to the next day with prayers, religious ceremonies, exchanging...
Egyptian Churches dealt with the predicament of the simultaneity of the Western Christian on 25th December and the Eastern Christian 7th January with the grief of the Orthodox Church, after the death of 26 victims and injuring more than 40 others in the explosion in St Peter’s Church two Sundays...
In his article this week, `Ādel al-Sanhūrī writes:  President Al-Sisi, to his credit, is the first president to visit the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Mark on the occasion of Christmas, thus marking a new stage in the relationship between the political leadership and the Egyptian Christians...
As the Nativity Fast before Christmas starts, the Coptic Orthodox Churches in Minya offers their litany of peace by praying for Egypt, its leaderships, and its people.
While the Western Churches celebrate Christmas Eve on December 24 according to the Gregorian Calendar, the Eastern Churches, including the Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt, celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on the eve of January 7, according to the Julian Calendar. The call of Pope Francis to...
In conjunction with the celebration of the Coptic Christmas on January 7, the National Center For Translation organizes a forum today, Tuesday, at 6 pm to discuss the recently published Arabic translation of the book entitled Churches In Egypt: From The Journey Of The Holy Family To The Present Day...
Under intense security measures the churches in the different governorates have celebrated Christmas. The mass was attended by community, political, executive, security leaders. Muslims and Christians were united in the celebrations in the governorates (Ghādah al Disūsny, et. al, al-Shurūq, Jan. 8...
The Church of Qasr al-Dūbārah celebrated Christmas the day before yesterday, as Revered Sāmih Morris, pastor of the church, apologized for the high level of security, saying this was in anticipation of ‘any explosion that might target the church and its occupants during the celebrations’. 
This article reflects on the Copts' insistance to challenge terrorism and Muslim Brotherhood threats. In difficult security and life conditions, Egyptians celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ tomorrow, united by the terror of the Muslim Brotherhood, who targeted the churches in particular, after...
Muhammad Ibrāhīm, Minister of the Interior, sent messages of felicitation to Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria, to Safwat al-Bayādī, head of the Evangelical Community in Egypt, and to employees of the Ministry of the Interior, to mark the celebration of Christmas. Ibrāhīm stated ‘As our Christian...

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