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Is precaution doubting in God’s ability?!  Is using reason to fight the Coronavirus a lack of faith?!  On the margin of these difficult questions, the controversy around using the spoon in the sacrament of the Eucharist again resurfaces thanks to the personal ambitions of some priests and clergy as...
The Cultural Dialogue Forum of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services organized the seventh round of American-Egyptian dialogue in participation with Hands along the Nile Development Services (HANDS), the United Church of Christ, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the...
A state of controversy has erupted over the Los Angeles Coptic Orthodox Diocese’s decision to hold two masses for Christmas in 2020.  The first would be on the 24th of next December, and the second would be on the 6th of the following January, coinciding with the western and eastern calendars. ...
Under the patronage of bishop Daniel, the Diocese of Sydney and Affiliated Regions celebrates the Golden Jubilee of establishing the Coptic Orthodox Church in Australia in the presence of religious and political leaders. Al-Kirāzah Magazine published an article by Pope Tawāḍrūs II reviewing the...
Today, for the first time in Egypt, Pope Tawāḍrūs II inaugurated the conference of Lausanne Dialogue Initiative with the Orthodox churches.  The conference will continue for 4 days and will be also attended by Archbishop Angaelos [Anjīlūs], bishop for the Coptic Orthodox Church in London, and Mrs....
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference, said that religious lessons in catholic schools should incorporate a greater focus on issues related to anti-Semitism in light of rising anti-Semitic attacks and hateful rhetoric.
On April 21, millions of Christians around the world celebrate the glorious Easter feast, according to the Western calendar, as the Catholic Churches (the Vatican), Roman churches, Latins, Chaldean and Maronite celebrate the feast on Saturday night, 20th of this month.
The churches, both in Egypt and throughout the world, cried over the Notre Dame fire that consumed the roof of the cathedral before toppling one of its massive towers.  
 "Fire knows no history", a saying echoed by the people in Paris when a fire erupted in Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most famous religious and touristic edifices worldwide. Many church leaders all over the world sent their thoughts and prayers to France in these hard times.
  The Presidency of The Protestant Churches of Egypt, headed by Rev. Dr. Andrea Zakī, expresses its deep sorrow on the burning of the historic tower of The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.  

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