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Anba Damīyānūs, Archbishop of Mount Sinai and Al-Tōr (formerly Raithu) welcomed the invitation of Egypt's Minister of Antiquities, Dr. Khālid al-'Anānī, to attend the vigil organized in honor of the soldiers killed in a car explosion and gun attack on the military checkpoint in the Sinai city of...
 Thousands of Christians tourists and Muslims, led by South Sinai Governor 'Abd al-Fadīl Shūshah and ambassadors in Egypt, gathered at the foot of Mount Sinai to celebrate St. Catherine festival. Bishop Damyanous, Greek Orthodox archbishop of Mount Sinai and Raithu; Abbot of St. Catherine’s...
The following review of Rose al-Yūsuf article shed the light on the consequences of Bibāwī’s controversial study that has been interpreted by Rose al-Yūsuf as deeming Pope Shenouda Kāfir. The meetings of the Holy Synod resulted in the excommunication of George Ḥabīb Bibāwī from the Coptic Orthodox...
The author admires the courage of Monk Dīmīanūs for admitting Islam’s tolerance and wanting us to learn to respect the other’s doctrine and view.
It is expected that Pope John Paul the second, the Pope of the Vatican, will visit Sinai on December 5. This will be his first visit to Egypt.
The Greek Orthodox Bishop of the Sinai, Bishop Damyanous, confirmed that Pope John Paul the second will visit Sinai. He said that the Pope will visit the places where Moses was before. This visit will happen after his visit to Iraq.
The Monastery of St. Catherine is considered one of the most famous monasteries in the world, situated in Sinai where God talked to Moses. At this famous monastery is a patriotic man in both body and soul who prevented the Israeli flag from being flown on top of the monastery instead of the...
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