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For over 26 years, Coptic Christians in the village of Hijāzah in Qūṣ, Qena, have been suffering under the rule of extremists in the region, who have prevented the Christian community from resuming work to build the St. George [Mār-Jirjis] Catholic Church.  The Egyptian government’s decision to...
Anba Bimin, Bishop of Naqada and Qus, presided over a Mass celebration of "Palm Sunday" in the Church of Martyr Mar Jirjis and Theban legion in Jarajus.
Pope Tawadrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the Holy See of St. Mark, will meet on Friday morning with the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church, for a semi-annual session, to conclude the meetings of the committees which have been convening since last Saturday. It will be the first...
In his interview with Al-Waṭan, Anbā  Bimen, Bishop of Naqādah and Qūs in Qena and the official on charge of the Crisis Management Committee of the Orthodox Church as well as the ecclesial relations between Egypt and Ethiopia, is celebrating his 25th anniversary of ordination in the next month. He...
In his interview with Al-Waṭan, Anba  Bimen, Bishop of Naqādah and Qūs in Qena and the official on charge of the Crisis Management Committee of the Orthodox Church and the ecclesial relations between Egypt and Ethiopia, is celebrating his 25th anniversary of ordination in the next month. He spoke...
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark, received on Monday an Ethiopian church delegation headed by Bishop Lucās secretary of the Ethiopian Holy Synod, who was accompanied by Fathers Abraham and Desaglen. Both priests serve the Ehtiopian community living in Egypt.  
The issue of church building in Egypt is among the most misunderstood and misreported subjects affecting Muslim-Christian relations.
 Nader Shukry reports on the holding of the Arbaeen mass in memory of those killed in the Naj‘ Hammādī incident, also mentioning protests around the world – including in Downtown Cairo – speaking out against sectarian violence.
This article describes the Arbaeen Mass which commemorated the fortieth day after the death of the six Coptic victims in Nag Hammadi. Many religious and important political figures were present, but strangely most local political persons were absent. The event was invitation only, but a tent was...

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