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A Coptic Orthodox group is calling for changes in the legislative system of the church. While members and advocates of the group assert their respect for the church leadership, they stress the necessity of initiating serious administrative changes within the church. The church refuses to...
The author discusses the phenomenon of Coptic demonstrations in Egypt, and highlights their increasing prevalence. He touches on rumors of demonstrations being organized from within the church itself.
Defrocked Coptic Orthodox clergymen blame Pope Shenouda and influential bishops for receiving bribes and discriminating against the poor, yet church figures deny the allegations and stress the church’s decency.
Hānī Labīb refutes the arguments of those who attacked a group of laymen calling for reform in the Coptic Orthodox Church.
‘Abīr ‘Aṭīyah presents the opinions of Copts on the idea that the Coptic Orthodox patriarch can be married.
The laymen’s front had intended to file a lawsuit against Father Marqus ‘Azīz and Father ‘Abd al-Masīḥ Basīṭ, but retreated for the sake of Coptic unity.
The article is based on an interview with Bishop Mūsá the bishop of youth in the Coptic Orthodox Church. The bishop talked about problems of Copts in Egypt and the church’s relation with Coptic activists in the West.
Signs of a new crisis between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Ministry of Culture because of a new book issued by the General Egyptian Book Organization entitled, ’Min Dalā’il ‘Azamah al-Risālah al-Muh...
Bishop Bīshūy’s position in the Coptic Orthodox Church is causing controversy in Coptic circles as he not only holds several offices, but is also Pope Shenouda’s sole envoy to all international forums.
Priest Philopater has been pardoned after completely distancing himself from politics and from participating in any political party.

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