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It would be of course great if we could nominate a Copt in the presidential elections. I just think it is too early for us to do so. This is the last step that should be preceded by so many other steps and preparations and political awareness.
The interdenominational Maadi Community Church in Cairo, Egypt, organized a memorial service for all victims of the recent tragedies in the USA. Father Doug May ended the memorial service with the prayer of St. Francis.
Catholic father Rafiq Greish, Orthodox archpriest Salib Matta, and Protestant reverend Ikram Lamai responded to Rose El-Youssef’s article "seizing an extremist Christian group" The latter two did not restrict their arguments to the Adventists, but discussed the Catholic Church and popes. The author...
Despite the fact that the Bible is the religious constitution of all Christians all over the world, Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7, while Catholic and Protestant Christians celebrate it on December 26. The different interpretations of the Bible are also insecure among them....
Metropolitan Athanasius of Beni Suef passed away, 77 years old, on November 16 after several years of ill health. The author writes about some of his personal experiences with the bishop who was a man striving for Christian unity and dialogue with Muslims.
The article describes the visit of the Pope in Egypt. Moussa finds the visit historical and bringing hope to both Muslims and Christians for dialogue. Christians see this as a start for unity between the churches. Many people asked why Pope Shenouda was not present during the reception of Pope...
The question that Copts are asking now is whether the meeting of Pope John Paul II with Pope Shenouda will end or at least quicken the ending of the conflict between the Orthodox and the Catholic Churches. The disagreement goes back to more than 1500 years ago. It centers on a main issue, which is...
Christians in Egypt constitute more than twenty-seven denominations. The Coptic Orthodox is the majority denomination, followed by Coptic Catholics and then Evangelicals who have several denominations. There is just a difference in belief between these denominations, it is not a conflict or a...

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