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  Coptic Orthodox Bishop Mūsá of Youth called on all Muslim and Christian young people to seek tranquility so they can think about the future of their own country with depth, honesty and collective work.
The political role and astuteness of Father Bola, Bishop of Tanta, has been analyzed, as Pope Tawadros II insisted that he represent the Church at the Constituent Assembly (aslo known as the Committee of 50) to draft the new constitution.
There is always this debate around "Clashes of Generations ", and it is better to say: "Generational Differences". There is no doubt that generations are different, and what the fathers meet in their youth is radically different from what the children are facing. However, if the youth are...
Ambassador Nabīla Makram, Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs, took part in the closing ceremonies of the 2018 Saint Mark Festival in The Virgin Mary Church at al-Zaytūn. The ceremonies witnessed the announcement of the festival’s young winners, in the presence of bishop Mūsā...
Pope Tawāḍrūs II has inaugurated the Care and Education Institute after it has been renovated.
Mārkūs, General Bishop of the Churches of Ḥadāʾiq al-Qubba, held a Mass at the new Nativity of Christ Cathedral in the administrative capital. Many Bishops and Priests attended the Mass alongside many Copts that came with busses from churches in Ḥadāʾiq al-Qubba.
At a conference organized by the National Council for Women for Muslim women preachers and Christian nuns on Tuesday, Bishop Dāniyyāl of Ma’ādī, who attended on behalf of Pope Tawādrūs, said that respect and acceptance of others requires providing good education aimed at building individuals who...
Background:The topic of this interview is the situation of young Copts in Egypt and the challenges they face in society.Side A:Bishop Mūsā starts out with numbers; informing the reporters that the youth make up 35% of the Egyptian population. Two million or more of these are Copts, divided into the...
General bishop: Bishop Buṭrus of the Coptic Orthodox Church is known for the controversy over the Charity Isle of Patmos. He has been a bishop since 1985, Member of board of advisors and founder of Charity Isle of Patmos [named after the Greek Island where the apostle John received his Revelation...
Near thirty journalists gathered at the Cairo Foreign Press Association headquarters to gain insight on the process involved in selecting a successor to the recently deceased Pope Shenouda. Arab West Report presented its research on the subject, accepting also further inquiries.
Copts of Cyprus have closed Limassol Church and call to reinstate Bishop Benyamin who was ordered to return to his cell in Saint Bula Monastery in the Red Sea after rumors about his financial transgressions.
Watson, who knows Pope Shenouda and many of the Bishops mentioned in the book well, closes his review with Hasan’s words: “It is doubtful that the Copts have made much headway, in their century-long tortuously slow trajectory toward citizenship with equal rights. This statement becomes truer if one...
The conflict between Bishop Kyrillos and the six priests is still ongoing despite the interference of Pope Shenouda and his decision to return Bishop Kyrillos to his bishopric in Naj‘ Hammādī.
The increasing ‘Ch’ phenomenon spreading throughout universities is worrying a number of Coptic clergymen, who believe that inter-mingling is the solution to furthering Muslim-Christian relations.
A Brazilian Christian missionary distributed an e-mail with a story about the miraculous resurrection of a buried child that earlier had been discredited in an Egyptian publication. Nik Grossfield asks for care. As the Preacher says in Proverbs 15, “The tongue of the wise uses knowledge rightly,...
The article calls for stimulating the participation of Coptic youth in the political process.
Bishop Mūsá meets the organizers of the conference on ‘Laymen’s View on Church Problems.’
The problems of Copts revealed in the reform conference were not mainly related to the Coptic Orthodox Church; many of the church problems can be attributed to the political and social problems resulted from the duality between the stance of the law and the practices literally applied.
An unresolved crisis now appears to be affecting relations between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the independent Christian newspaper Watanī.
Ishāq Ibrāhīm reports about Bishop Mūsá’s meeting with Christian college students discussing the “ch” phenomenon.

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