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 Nārīmān Fawzī begins this article by recalling a horrific scene that took place inside a monastary in Egypt. On July 29, an unprecedented and heinous murder occurred in the St. Makarius the Great Monastery or best known as Deir Anba Maqār in al-Bihīra. Here, the local abbot, Bishop Epiphaniyūs,...
Councilor Labīb discusses the financial authority of bishops. Church laws institute that a bishop has the authority to supervise and manage church funds in accordance with church laws and honest principles. He does not have the right to possess or use church funds or assets for his own benefit.
Drs. Hulsman comments on the recent ENAWU launch, and points to a number of articles on houses of worship in this issue.
Drs. Hulsman’s report discusses the state of past and present relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt. The paper opens by giving information about Pope Shenouda III and the most important incidents that have taken place during his reign. The second half of the paper then looks at specific...
The following presents the continuation of a lengthy interview with Bishop Bīshūy in which he expresses his opinions on different issues.
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.
Although Coptic lawyer Mamdūḥ Naklah is apparently concerned with Coptic issues, he has been accused of trading on Copts’ problems and of inciting the U.S. against the Egyptian regime.
Bishop Bisantī of Ḥilwān and al-Ma‘sarah and one of the main references in the Coptic Orthodox Church asserted that the Coptic Orthodox Church has rejected all forms of foreign interference and has denied all allegations about the church’s intention to assign a successor to Pope Shenouda. Many...
A group called the ’Coptic Group for Church Reform has issued a statement accusing Pope Shenouda of helping to kidnap Pope Yūsab, the 115th pope, through writing and planning.
The author reviews a study by a bishop from al-Fayyūm, Bishop Abram.


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