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Dr. Pahor Labib [Bāhūr Labīb], one of the most famous scholars of Coptic Studies in Egypt and the world, was born on September 19, 1905, in ʿAyn Shams and had a passion for the Coptic language since his childhood.  He had inherited a love of Coptic studies and archeology in general from his father...
The BA Centre for Coptic Studies, in cooperation with the Sennari House [Bayt al-Sinārī] in Cairo, organizes the fifth annual day for Coptic Heritage, under the title ‘Coptic heritage and Egyptians throughout History.’
Dr. Majdī Manṣūr, general directory for Conservation and Renovation in the Ministry of Antiquities and an adviser to the Coptic cultural center in Cairo is presenting a research paper entitled, “The Coptic Museum: Challenges and Accomplishments.” His participation comes among one of the first...
A number of people interested in the history and heritage of the town of al-Quṣayr along  the Red Sea have launched a campaign to include the smallest church in Egypt on a list of Coptic antiquities and save it from disrepair. The calls come nearly 103 years after the church's construction by...
This article discusses the third annual Coptic Studies Symposium at the University of Toronto (U of T), and its importance. 
The Coptic Orthodox Church announced today that it will open a new section in the Institute of Coptic Studies to teach «Arab Christian heritage», for the first time, at the beginning of the new academic year 2019/2020, which sparked widespread controversy among Copts on social networking sites...
Bishop Maqār, the bishop of Sharqiyya and 10th of Ramadan City, said that al-Laqqān is the service until the washing of the legs, which is the case for washing the inner heart.
Pope Dimitriyūs, Bishop of Malāwī and Dean of the Coptic Language in Egypt, translated the article of Pope Tawādrūs II of Alexandria into the Coptic language, in the latest edition of al-Kirāzah magazine. The article is about the journey of the Holy Family to Egypt and about Jesus’ blessing of the...
The Coptic language is the last development stage of the spoken Egyptian language. Scholars believe that the Coptic language directly derives from the late Egyptian language, which was spoken in the 16th century.
The Evangelical Theology Seminary in al- ʿAbbāsīyah, Cairo, announced the start of teaching the Arab Christian Heritage Diploma at the seminary headquarters in cooperation with the Center for Middle East Christian Studies and the Coptic Studies Center at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.

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