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President ‘Abdul Fattaḥ al-Sīsī issued Decision No. 198 of 2019 on forming the Board of the Coptic Orthodox Endowments Authority (COEA) under the chairmanship of Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.
Bishop Pachomius announced on August 10 the list of 17 candidates for the Coptic Orthodox Patriarch seat. They are seven bishops and ten monks:
In an interview, Bishop Yunas, the archbishop in St Mark’s Cathedral in Abāssiyah stated that so far, there are no names of people nominated by the church for the parliament.
A member in the 18-man committee supervising the papal elections revealed that Bishop Pachomius alone would decide on the names of the seven candidates for the pope position, if a large number of bishops and monks applied, in accordance with the 1957 statute that stipulates candidates must not be...
During ceremonies to commemorate Pope Shenouda III on the occasion of the 40th day of his departure at the St. Mark Cathedral in the Cairo district of al-‘Abbāssīyah, several officials and dignitaries spoke on the virtues of the deceased prelate including Dr. Yahyá al-Jamal, former deputy premier...
On the other hand, the Dutch diplomacy and clerics in the Netherlands embarked on activities to disown a new anti-Islam book by ultra-rightist politician Geert Wilders, expected to be published soon in New York. Wilders, the Dutch lawmaker who devoted his life to “stopping the Islamization of...
During ceremonies to commemorate Pope Shenouda III on the occasion of the 40th day of his departure at the St. Mark Cathedral in the Cairo district of al-‘Abbāssīyah, several officials and dignitaries spoke on the virtues of the deceased prelate including Dr. Yahyá al-Jamal, former deputy premier...
Meanwhile, MP Muhammad al-‘Umdah, Vice-Chairman of the People’s Assembly Legislative Committee, submitted a proposal to Dr. Sa’d al-Katātnī, the parliament speaker, to name the Defense & National Security Committee hall after Pope Shenouda and put his picture there in recognition of his role to...
A member in the 18-man committee supervising the papal elections revealed that Bishop Pachomius alone would decide on the names of the seven candidates for the pope position, if a large number of bishops and monks applied, in accordance with the 1957 statute that stipulates candidates must not be...
Priest Angelus, the secretary of Bishop Pachomius, denied that the interim leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church ran in the elections over the chair of St. Mark the Apostle, adding Bishop Pachomius has over and again said he would not seek any positions and only seeks the service of the church and...

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