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The article investigates the relationship between Egyptian churches and ways of healing black magic, as thousands of Muslims and Christians visit certain churches everyday to seek relief from evil spirits allegedly haunting them.
Father Marqus ‘Azīz comments on the sectarian-based crime in Alexandria and blames it on the authorities, media and Islamic writers.
The four accepted Gospels of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John portray Judas Iscariot as a traitor who betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans for money. A new gospel called "The Gospel of Judas Iscariot” has been unveiled by the National Geographic Society and it gives a new and...
Rose al-Yousuf newspaper conducts an interview with the well-known Archpriest Marqus ‘Azīz Khalīl of the Hanging Church, discussing his 24-year experience as a priest.
Coptic intellectuals are divided over the step taken by Coptic activists in the West to discuss the Coptic file before the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations. Some believe that such step is the only possible action in order to attract the government’s attention to the problems of Copts,...
Announcement of a new book of Father Dr. John Watson, member of the Board of Advisors of the RNSAW, about “The Transfigured Cross; A Study of Father Bishoi Kamel.” This study was written to provide a comprehensive appreciation of what Father Watson sees as the most significant gift of modern Coptic...
A symposium on "the secularization of the state," organized under the aegis of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, has turned into a Coptic-Muslim Brotherhood debate on canceling the second article of the Egyptian constitution, which makes Islam the state religion, and Islamic sharī‘a the...
The author wonders about priests’ private businesses and the view that clergymen have to be fully devoted to the duties and responsibilities of priesthood.
The author offers a brief a review of a television program that hosted a number of Muslim and Coptic figures discussing several critical issues.
Some Egyptians believe that there are sufficient churches in Egypt, while others think that there should be more churches, arguing that there are some villages with a Coptic majority and not even a single church.

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