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A number of Coptic men have signed an announcement calling to cancel any Christmas celebrations in Egypt.
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.
Two authors write about the Greek Catholic cemetery in Old Cairo, describing it as a remarkable museum that contains precious materials and works of art.
Work has recently finished on the renovations to the Church of the Virgin Mary, more commonly known as the Hanging Church which is situated in Old Cairo. The article gives a brief history of the building and the work that has been undertaken.
The author interviewed a number of church youth, servants, and priests to discuss the church’s role and restrictions on allowing mixed gender services in churches.
Although the Sharif Bible is rejected by the three Christian denominations in Egypt, it has been greatly circulated among Arab communities in Europe. The Sharif Bible is believed to be written in a language used in Islamic writings.
The article discusses the rumors surrounding a document issued by U.S. AID regarding their annual aid to Egypt. It addresses the belief that the U.S. aid is being funnelled into areas with a Coptic majority.
The Coptic Orthodox Church affirms that Pope Shenouda III headed for Cleveland Clinic in Ohio for a kidney check up and not for surgery. Meanwhile, laymen have called to amend the bylaw of electing the patriarch, especially with the escalating fears about the pope’s health conditions.
A Christian production company has produced a religious film, starring Muslim actors, about the late Sister Tamāf Irīnī.
The following lines present a short biography of Pope Kyrillos VI of Alexandria, predecessor of Pope Shenouda III who was known for his spiritual values and his close relation to former Egyptian President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāṣir.


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