Displaying 11 - 20 of 94.
Al-Wafd reports that the Coptic Orthodox Church is calling on its members to boycott the demonstrations to be held on Tuesday in protest of the government.    Archpriest ‘Abd al-Masīh Basīt of the Church of the Virgin Mary at Musturud, Qalyubia has called on the Coptic masses in Egypt and abroad...
Archpriest ‘Abd al-Masīh Basīt of the Virgin Mary Church in Musturud has rejected claims that Father Marqus ‘Azīz Khalīl, former pastor of the Hanging Church, has produced a film injurious to the Prophet Muhammad and to Muslims. "I don't think Father Marqus would do something like that and I...
Father 'Abd al-Masīh and Salīb Mattá Sawīris, member of the Coptic Orthodox Community Council, states that Copts are not revolutionist. However their stance on the July Revolution is difficult to understand. Most Coptic thinkers and writers and even ordinary Copts carry hostile feelings towards the...
Leading Coptic figures denied rumors posted on Coptic websites about church trials of Bishop Yu’annis and Bishop Armiyā. This comes after a number of priests and bishops engaged in a closed meeting following celebrations of Pope Shenouda's ordination anniversary. Mājid Hannā said that the meeting...
Nabeeh El-Wahsh filed an injunction to Pope Shenouda III requesting that the Pope remove Bishop Bishoy and Father Abdel Maseeh Baseet from their positions for making statements that could potentially cause sectarian strife. Demonstrations were held outside the Lawyers' Syndicate yesterday...
Dr. Selim El-Awa made serious allegations against the church, which could result in sectarian conflict. In response, Father Abdel Maseeh Baseet said that churches are packed with state security officers, making it impossible for weapons to pass unnoticed. Martyrdom in Christian terms is verbal not...
Priest Abdel Messih Baseet called the news of Kamilia's upcoming appearance on television a mere speculation based on the Pope's interview with Al-Ahram newspaper. On the other hand, Hany Aziz assured Amr Adeeb that Kamilia would definitely appear on television starting with the Al-Yawm channel...
Reverend Safwat al-Bayyādī, head of the Evangelical Church in Egypt criticizes the security services’ dealings with the Evangelical youth who were detained in Alexandria, and denies doubts about the Coptic Orthodox Church involvement in the detention.
This article examines the termination of the TV program by former Qummus (Archpriest) Zakarīā Butrus. Both Christians and Muslims disagreed with much of Butrus’ beliefs.
Father ‘Abd al-Masīh Basīt has finished authoring a book refuting atheist arguments that doubts the historic existence of Jesus Christ.

Pages

Subscribe to