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Bishop Angaelos [Anjilūs], the Pope’s secretary for the Coptic Orthodox dioceses of the USA, returned to Egypt this week and met Pope Tawāḍrūs II yesterday to discuss the demands of the priests and the congregation of t Northern Shubra, Cairo, which he supervised before he was appointed secretary...
Dr. Muḥyī al-Dīn ʿAfīfī, rapporteur of the Religious Discourse Committee at the Egyptian Family House (EFH), and Hegumen Buṭrus Buṭrus, the assistant rapporteur, met with the members of the clergy and imams of Al-Azhar at the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center of the St. Mark Cathedral in al-...
In collaboration with the Anglican Diocese of Egypt, the Swedish Institute Alexandria held a round table discussion on “Reforming the religious discourse and its role in improving dialogue, tolerance and coexistence” with a view to tackling the importance of reforming the religious discourse and...
  Dr. Andrea Zakī, head of the Evangelical community in Egypt, alongside a number of church leaders, will participate in the celebrations held by the German Church in Berlin on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Movement for Religious Reformation in Europe, in the presence of a number of...
Majdī Khalīl tackles the different categories in which Christians are usually divided.
Samiḥ Fawzī discusses the idea of establishing a Christian university similar to that of the Azhar.
The author discusses the impact of religious preaching on Egyptian youth.
Pope Shenouda III speaks about sectarianism, renovation of religious discourse and the qualities needed in a successful Dā‘iyah.
Bishop Bīshūy urged Christian girls not to marry but to lead a monastic life instead because monasticism is far better than marriage.
The writer replies to Bishop Bīshūy’s question concerning girls’ chastity and considering marriage a way of disappointment.
Rober al-Fāris responds to an article published by al-Kirāzah magazine, mouthpiece of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt, on church trials.
The article discusses a study conducted by the author on the political and social circumstances of Copts.
The article suggests that both Coptic clergymen and laymen have to work together to improve the circumstances of Copts.
The author writes about the first laymen’s meeting and replies to some of Bishop Mūsá’s rejections against it, correcting some misunderstandings.
The recent crisis between Watanī newspaper and the Church seems to be conciliated after a meeting between the two parties. The meeting resulted in the agreement that Watanī will stick to the ecumenical line of the Church far from any sectarian or denominational lines that might contradict the...
Echoes on the conference of ‘Laymen and the Church’ are still eminent in Egyptian media. The review discusses the crisis of Watanī with the church over the participation of the former in covering the conference’s sessions.
‘Abd al-Jawwād Harbī interviews Jamāl As‘ad, an eminent Christian figure who is known for his opposing stands against church involvement in politics.
The article tackles the failure of religious institutions in Egypt to come up with a moderate discourse, as the author blames the current state of fanatisism in the country on both Muslim and Christian preachers.
The article discusses the weekly Friday sermon and the poor performance of the preachers, whom many view as insufficient to stand on the minbar [a pulpit inside the mosque] and deliver sermons to Muslim worshippers.
In the light of the invitation for renewing the Islamic religious discourse, the writer calls for renewing the Christian religious discourse.


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