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Dr. Murād Wahbah writes about his personal experience in the dispute between late Pope Kyrillos VI and late Father Mattá al-Miskīn.
Reflections on the life of Abouna Matta El Meskeen and his influence on ecumenical monastic traditions.
An obituary of Father Matta al-Miskeen, the abbot of Anba Maqar Monastery in Wadi al-Natroun.
In the autumn of 1981 Christian students in London were praying for Egypt. They remembered the dramatic assassination by Muslim extremists of Anwar Sadat, the President of Egypt. There were daily prayers concerning the house arrest of the Coptic Christian Patriarch of Egypt
In this article, the Revd. Dr. John H. Watson comments on Adel Hamouda’s article on father Matta el-Meskeen that was published in Al-Arabi of July 23, 2000. Watson believes Hamouda’s article "is an extraordinarily interesting article for all who are concerned with the life of the Coptic Orthodox...
Father Matta Al-Maskeen succeeded in closing the curtain on one of the deepest divisions in the history of the Coptic church when he told His Excellency Pope Shenouda III on television that he would concede on the issue of the farm of the monastery of Saint Maqarios, which lies at the seventy...
Five Christian monks are living in mountain caves 20 kilometers from the wadi. Father Matta El Maskeen lived in the same place 30 years ago.
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