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A report of the commemoration in Deir Abu Hinnis, 300 km south of Cairo, of the arrival of the Holy Family in Egypt.
The article is the result of a RNSAW-trip to Upper Egypt [RNSAW, 2002, week 25, art. 1]. On the occasion of the arrival of the Holy Family in Egypt, the author recounts her experience of going on the route of the Holy Family with a group of foreigners and tourists led by Drs. Cornelis Hulsman. The...
The article is the result of a RNSAW-trip to Upper Egypt [RNSAW, 2002, week 25, art. 1] and sheds light upon the celebration of the commemoration of the Holy Family´s arrival in Egypt and on the different villages and sites on the route of the Holy Family. Bishop Demetrius of Mallawi said that...
Media attention for RNSAW work; workshops for Egyptian journalists. Visit to the Holy Family celebration in Mallawi, the late holy tree of Gebel el-Teir, church building in Sawada.
The highlights of the voyage of Paul Perry with Cornelis Hulsman through Upper Egypt; the discovery of a fifth century cave church at Deir Abu Hinnis (Malawi) and the photograph of an apparition of light in Assiut which was acknowledged by metropolitan Michael of Assiut as a “spiritual phenomena...
The Coptic Orthodox Church’s commemoration of King Herod’s murder of the children in Bethlehem
The fatal stabbing of an Egyptian woman in a German courtroom arouses anger and indignation in Egypt, and the changing of the historic name of a Coptic village in Upper Egypt also causes widespread angry reaction among Egyptians.
Father Henk van Ruijven (68), a good personal friend of mine, suddenly passed away. Henk had dedicated his live to Egypt and was a bridge builder who will be deeply missed.
Christianity Today published a cover page article of Cornelis Hulsman about the Coptic Orthodox tradition of the Flight to Egypt. The article is presented in this issue of the RNSAW with permission of Christianity Today. You will find here the text before it was edited by Christianity Today. It is...
Several Egyptian media reported in May that four Christian girls from the Upper Egyptian town of Malawi had run away from their homes. The Australian Coptic Association Youth Branch had reported these girls were kidnapped and kept insisting this had been the case also after the girls had returned...

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