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The heads of the Oriental Orthodox Churches held their annual meeting in Cairo instead of Lebanon.
A crisis seems to be looming after the parish of the Limassol Virgin Mary Church closed down the church before officials of the Middle East Council of Churches could set up their headquarters at the church.
During elections of The Middle East Council of Churches (MECC), both Pope Shenouda III and the deputy Catholic Patriarch of Egypt, Bishop Yūḥannā Qultah, have been entitled as emeritus presidents.
In recent elections of the Middle East Council of Churches [MECC], Egyptian churches have lost two leading positions. Armenian Catholicos Aram I has been elected to head Eastern Orthodox churches, when the Maronite Bishop Būlus Matar is to head Catholic churches at the MECC.
‘Amr Bayyūmī reports on a statement released by the Middle East Christians Association, in which they announced freezing their activities in Egypt, and accused the Egyptian government as well as some Christians of terrorizing its members in order to silence them.
In the article, the three main Eastern Orthodox churches, Coptic, Armenian and Syrian, have agreed upon choosing Pope Shenouda III as an emeritus president of the Orthodoxy family in the Middle East Council of Churches.
The Grand Imam of the Azhar, Shaykh Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī, and Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria, as well as the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) Secretary General, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, attend the inaugural ceremony of the first Muslim-Christian dialogue conference under the auspices of...
While the Coptic Orthodox Church warns of the danger of the Adventists, who are considered to be heretics, the head of the “group” appears to ignore the opinion of the leaders of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The first international Muslim-Christian dialogue conference opened Tuesday in Cairo. The Grand Imam of the Azhar, Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī, and Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria opened the conference, organized by Saudi national Islamic institutions and the Middle East Council of Churches.
A debate was held at the Supreme Council of Culture about the religious communication in Egypt. Many intellectuals and men of religion in Egypt participated and expressed their viewpoints about the issue.

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