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Muḥammad Abū al-ʿAynayn (Muhammad Abu al-Enein), Honorary Chairman of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliament, Chairman of the Supreme Advisory Council of the Arab Economic Council, called for the establishment of a global institute that brings together all religions to correct misconceptions and promote...
Dr. Mahmūd ‘Azab, Counsellor to the Azhar Shaykh on the dialogue of religions, and Professor at the Azhar University and the Sorbonne, is regarded as one of those who bear the responsibility for extending channels of communication and cooperation with non-Muslim religions, cultures and...
Dr. Mīnā Badī‘ ‘Abd al-Malik reviews the life and contributions of the late Dominican Father George Qanawātī.
‘Bayt al-‘Aylah’, an organization which tries to resolve interfaith tensions in Egypt, has called on organizations globally, whether Arab, Christian or Muslim, as well as the Vatican, to take practical steps to halt the violence and bloodshed in the Central African Republic, out of respect for...
In the first official meeting abroad pope Tawadros has met with Fr. Philip expert in the affairs of the Orient to the Ambassador of the Vatican Pope in the UN.
Since his enthronement in 2012, Pope Ṭawāḍrūs of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, succeeded to become an ambassador for both the Church and Egypt. He spread the message of love, tolerance, coexistence and stability among all faiths. Every time he visits overseas, the Pope is...
Father Hāni Bakhūm, spokesperson for the Coptic Catholic Church in Egypt, announced the publication of a new book entitled "We Are Brothers" written by the two Italian authors Giancarlo Mazzuca and Istvano Gebruti. The book was published early this month by the Mondoturi House in Rome, Italy. 
Archbishop Monsignor Angelo Becciu, the third highest official in the Vatican announced in an interview published on April 10, that Pope Francis will still visit Egypt at the end of April, even after yesterday’s attacks that targeted two Coptic churches and killed 44 people. Monsignor Becciu said...
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