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The article reports on the opening of the building of the Banī Mazār Diocese.
The following lines provide a resume of the history of the celebration of the Holy Family celebrated annually in the Upper Egyptian village of Jabal al-Tayr. Moreover, the media shed light on the influence of the financial crisis in Egypt on the celebration.
Mīnā Butrus discusses the motivation behind Pope Shenouda’s recent decision to confiscate a book entitled, ‘al-Urthodhiksīyyah al-Sharqīyyah, Ṭarīq al-Ḥayāt’ [Oriental Orthodoxy, the Way of Life], authored by Father Anthony Conaris, despite the book having been translated under the supervision of...
As news spread about finding an isolated 20-year-old camphor tree with the names of God and the Prophet Muhammad having been carved on its trunk, people have shown interest in visiting to receive blessings as a miracle from God.
The author explains the history of the discovery of the controversial Gospel of Judas and discusses its content, emphasizing its parallels with Gnostic thinking. He emphasizes that much of the publicity surrounding this gospel has been sensationalized.
A German group visited the route of the Holy Family in Egypt as part of a wider tour throughout Egypt. The group was welcomed by Bishop Aghathon of Maghagha. The bishop thanked the Egyptian president for caring about places of tourism. He also stressed the good relations between Muslims and...
In the month of January, Egyptian Christians celebrate Eastern Christmas, and Muslims celebrate the festival of ‘Īd al-Adha.
Historically, in Al-Bahnasa alone, some twenty thousands nuns lived in convents. Many convents were also built in Fayoum, Cairo, Alexandria, and Lower Egypt in general during the fifth century. Most of these convents were destroyed during the Mamluk age In Cairo, four convents only survived.
The Governor of Minya said the worshipping tree was an ordinary one and that no concerned body told them that it had historical value. The head of Samalout City Council said they set up a fact finding committee that found out that the tree had no religious or historical value. A researcher in the...
Christian pilgrims, on the route of the Holy Family, were surprised to discover that the so-called worshipping tree in the Muslim village of Nezlet Abed, near the pilgrimage site at Giebel Al Teir, had been chopped into pieces by local farmers. Local Christians claim the tree was 2000 year old and...
In the last interview of Al-Raya Al-Misria with Bishop Athanasius, he spoke about the difficulty of development. He said that the governorate of Beni Suef is characterized by its organized services.
An overview of all the sites of the Holy Family with an overview of where currently sites are being restored.
An article describing the route of the Holy Family.
The author points to the importance of Egypt in the Biblical history and that many of God’s great men once took refuge in Egypt. He outlines the Coptic tradition of the route of the Holy Family during their time in Egypt and suggests that the sites that were visited by the Holy Family should be...
The governor of Al-Minya governorate talks to Rose El-Youssef magazine about the current state of communal relations between Muslims and Copts, as well as fundamentalism and fanaticism in the governorate.
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