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Meanwhile, Mājid Rīyād, the legal advisor for the church, said 14 bishops have applied their papers so far to vie over the papal position of the St. Mark Church, including Bishop Mūsá of Youth, Bishop Bīshūy, Secretary of the Holy Synod, Bishop Makarius of al-Minya and Bishop Raphael, General...
A church source said acting patriarch Bishop Pachomius named 10 persons to represent the Coptic Orthodox Church at the constitutional assembly, most notably are Bishop Mūsá of Youth, Bishop Marqus of Shubrā al-Khaymah, Counselor Edward Ghālib and Ambassador Wahīb al-Minyāwī. [‘Imād Khalīl, al-Misrī...
Spokesman of President Mursī, Dr. Yāsir ꞌAlī, yesterday commented on statements delivered by President Mursī on Egyptian Christians describing them as “minorities”. Accusing media of delivering false reports, ꞌAlī argued that media have taken President Mursī’s statements out of context and that the...
The Coptic Christian Youth Movement called on Pope Tawādrūs II, and Bishop Raphael, the Secretary General of the Holy Synod, to hold accountable the Coptic Orthodox priests who allow holding election propaganda inside churches.
In an attempt to monitor the situation of Copts around the world, we observe in Australia the visit of Bishop Rāfāʾīl, Secretary of the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod, in Canada the struggle of Copts against sex education, and in America a verdict of 175 years in prison for assaulting minors.
Anba Mūsā, Bishop of Youth, and Bishop Rūfāʾīl, Bishop of Central Cairo and Secretary of the Holy Synod, inaugurated yesterday the fifth annual exhibition of the Coptic Orthodox Book, organized by the Youth Bishopric on the occasion of the fifth enthronement year of Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Patriarch and...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has announced that the Coptic Book Fair held at the Cathedral of St. Mark in al-ʿAbbasiya is open to the public until November 21.
The youth summer courses, organized and supervised by the Coptic Orthodox Church’s Youth Bishopric, will be launched in July with the participation of eight diocesan bishops led by Pope Tawāḍrūs II.
 Orthodox bishops reports from Coptic of Minya, Assiūt, Suhāj, and Qinā, Upper Egypt, about proselytizing campaigns by heterodox Western Christian denominations targeting poor districts caused disturbance to the Coptic Orthodox Church leaders. 
The Committee of Suggestions and Complaints included the Foreign Names Prevention Bill on its agenda to amend two articles of the law.

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