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The following presents a report on poverty in Egypt, and specifically how this issue is being addressed by the Coptic Orthodox Church in an attempt to alleviate the suffering of Egyptians.
‘Abīr ‘Aṭīyah presents the opinions of Copts on the idea that the Coptic Orthodox patriarch can be married.
The author narrates the life of Pope Shenouda. He points to the perception that Pope Shenouda is considered to be the father and leader of all Egyptian Christians.
Every year, a few hours prior to the start of the high school examinations, the Church of Saint Theresa in Shubrā is packed with thousands of students.
PhD student Fiona McCallum concludes that by focusing on the bishops of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Hasan provides a clear and original study of the impact of the reform movement, illustrating that the use of traditions such as Coptic martyrology combined with modernization of the administration...
The author considers one-sided media reporting, and the inaccuracies that are frequently present in media publications and outlets in Egypt. He investigates the problems surrounding the issuance of Egyptian identity cards, and the potential sources of these problems.
Rumors spread about the Coptic Orthodox Church’s intention to prepare statistics about the number of Copts in Egypt. While clergymen denied the news, they asserted that the official declared number of Copts was wrong and inaccurate.
The following press review presents the titles of Christian publications published in Egypt by various Christian denominations.
Mamdūh ‘Izzat reports on the banning of Father Mattá al-Miskīn’s book by the church.
The article deals with the operations of agricultural enterprises run by monasteries throughout Egypt. The focus falls on the recent growth of such enterprises and the high quality and low cost of the farm goods that come from them.


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