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It is reiterated in the media, that there is a fear of a civil war in Egypt. Those that echo these statements in the East or the West do not understand the “Egyptian-ness” of Egyptians, the secret of their civilization and their patience, and do not realize the essence of their revolution over the...
In the Virgin Mary Cathedral for Catholic Copts, situated only a few streets behind the area of Rābaʽah al-‘Adawīyyah,  I met with Bishop Yohanna Qulta on the 13th of August, following an article he wrote, “The Impossibility of Civil War in Egypt,” in which he stated that he did not fear a civil...
This article is an interview with Ibrahim Fahmy Helal, who led the Coptic Nation group that appeared at the time of Pope Yousab. He speaks about the attempt of the group to kidnap the pope and force him to abdicate papacy
The author discusses citizenship rights in Egypt exposing the opinions of various Egyptian prominent figures during a seminar held by the High Council for Culture.
Ramadan is a time for meditation. It is a time for a special love for God, for the worldly to be connected with the eternal and for a stand with one´s self. It is a sigh for repentance, yearning for the purity of one´s self, the tears of the weak, before the Almighty and the cry of the...
In the article, Bishop Dr. Yohanna Qulta talks about the birth of Christ describing it as a beam of God´s light. He also speaks about national unity in Egypt stressing that being believers of different religions has never been a barrier before the coherence of Muslims and Copts. He believes that...
In an interview with Sabāh al-Khayr, Bishop Dr. Youhannā Qulta, Deputy Patriarch of the Coptic-Catholic Church in Egypt, teaches us how to love and understand both life and ourselves.
The author talks about the importance of Yohanna Qulta’s recently published book titled "Journals of a priest in the countryside." Unlike his daring novel "West Nile village," he chooses his words trying to avoid troublesome points looking at things from afar and telling them as they happened,...
Religious dialogue is a positive freedom, it strengthens the vitality of the mind and the soul. It saves the soul from being crushed by petty worthless things. Religious dialogue is founded on freedom, so it can never be practiced under any pressure or coercion. It is only if man is enslaved by...
Bishop Yohanna Qulta discussed the hottest religious issues in an interview of Akher Sa’a.. He also answered all questions concerning the relationship between Islam and Christianity, and the differences between them. He commented on how the Qur’an regarded Jesus Christ and Mary, and on why they...

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