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Greater than a conference and further than a spiritual and religious meeting between Islam and Christianity: this is the essential message concluded by those who follow the news on the two-day peace conference organized by al-Azhar in Cairo, and which was culminated by Pope Francis’ closing speech...
Since his enthronement as the Vatican’s pope, Pope Francis I has spread love and peace and revived the relationship with Al-Azhar through meetings and dialogues. After a break of 5 years due to the statements delivered by Pope Benedict XVI and his attack on Islam in the Middle East, Pope Francis...
Pope Francis's first visit to Egypt is scheduled for April 28 and 29 will carry many political messages and economic gains, reflecting the stability and security of the country.
Pope Francis is expected to arrive in Egypt tomorrow, April 28 and remain here for a visit of only 27 hours. He will thus have an unbelievably heavy schedule which will consist of several meetings, notably  with President al-Sisi, Pope Tawadros II, Catholic leaders and of course, ordinary people....
Yesterday's attacks on two Coptic Orthodox Churches were heartbreaking. The boards of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) in Egypt and the Arab-West Foundation (AWF) in the Netherlands call the terrorist attacks on Coptic Orthodox Churches in Tanta [Ṭānṭā] and Alexandria [Al-Iskandariyyah...
Egypt's Presidency, the Coptic Catholic Church, and the Vatican Radio have announced on Monday the details of Pope Francis’ two-day visit to Egypt 28 and 29 April. According to the program, the Vatican Pope’s visit in Egypt will be brief. The Pope will arrive at 2pm on Friday and leave Egypt at...
Father Rafīq Jrīsh, spokesman for the Coptic Catholic Church in Egypt, declared that the Catholic Church is to announce at a press conference coming Thursday the details of Pope Francis’ visit to Egypt on April 28 and 29.
Spokesman of the Catholic Church in Cairo, Father Rafīq Greish, said that some European states had prevented refugees from entering their countries, a decision that prompted Pope Francis I to call on these states to open their doors to asylum seekers.
Dr. `Amr `Abd al-`Ātī, the first Al-Azhar scholar to get a doctorate in Christian Science from the Vatican, praised the Grand Imam, Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyeb for thawing frozen relations with the Vatican, and meet Pope Francis I.
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, head of the Vatican’s Congregation for Oriental Churches, confirmed Egypt's central role in protecting minorities.

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