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Since the Second World War churches have made tremendous efforts to strive towards more unity. At the same time, we see national and church politics often getting in the way. In this example about church division from Egypt, it is not about dogmatic differences but about the long-term effects of (...
Members of the Episcopal Church of Egypt were called to come to the All Saints Cathedral for an extra-ordinary church meeting that was carefully designed to result in a call for a letter to President Abdelfattah al-Sisi [ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī] to recognize the Anglican Diocese of Egypt as an...
This text was presented to all members of the extraordinary church council meeting or synod on October 24, 2020. It was not a new text. The bishop earlier presented a similar text in 2019 to the parish council of St. John the Baptist Church when relations were discussed with the Maadi Community...
This text was presented to all members of the extraordinary church council meeting or synod of the Anglican Diocese of Egypt on October 24, 2020. The bishop provides some historical background to the Protestant Churches in Egypt Council, explains the Anglican legal structure and argues why the...
“The Together for Egypt” project continued its work in al-Minyā governorate with a workshop entitled “How to manage dialogue and discussion”. 23 Muslim and Christian youths participated in the workshop, which took place at the Community Development Association in the village of Zāwiya Sulṭān. The...
Copt Rāniyyā ʿAbd al-Masīḥ met with her family for the first time yesterday, after disappearing three months ago.  In pictures from that meeting, Rāniyyā is wearing a cross around her neck in response to the lies being circulated about her leaving the Christian faith. 
The National Council for Women (NCW)’s branch in Minufiya concluded its ‘Your Vote for Tomorrow’s Egypt’ campaign which is aimed at urging women across Egypt to participate in the referendum on the constitutional amendments in order to build Egypt and push it forward.
 Al-Watan reported that Coptic activists complained that despite a large turnout to cast their ballots on the second phase of the Constitutional referendum, Egyptian Christians, particularly in Upper Egypt, have been prevented from reaching their polling stations. In Mahallat Dīyāy of al-Dusūq...
Secretary of al-Nūr Party for Monufia governorate, Usāmah ‘Abd al-Munsif, confirmed his party’s support for citizenship rights for all citizens, including Egyptian Copts.

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