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The St. Mark’s Cathedral in Alexandria, Egypt, hosted yesterday a book fair organized by Egyptian Ministry of Culture. The book fair, inaugurated by Egyptian Minister of Culture Ḥilmī al-Namnam in presence of other government and church leaders and several publishing houses, presented dominantly...
Shaykh Rabīʾ al-Lubaydī, Director General of Egypt’s Ministry of [Religious] Endowments, al-Zāwyah branch, Cairo, says that Virgin Mary- Maryam in Islam- is revered and venerated by all Egyptians, Muslims and Christians, and she is the ultimate example for of purity, chastity and perfection.
Over 15 days, multitudes of Coptic Christians attend church prayers and spiritual sermons during the two-week fast of St. Mary. Coptic Christians, and sometimes Muslims, usually visit holy sites where the Holy Family dwelt during their journey in Egypt. 
President of the Evangelical congregation in Egypt Dr. Andrīyya Zakī extended condolences to the Egyptian people and the government on the death of Dr. ʿAlī al-Sammān, who was a symbolic figure of Islamic-Christian dialogue and had worked sincerely to foster interfaith and intercultural coexistence...
The article highlights the figures of Christians in each of the Gulf States. These figures hit about three million Christians out of a total of 13 million expatriates. Most of those Christians, who are affiliated to Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant congregations, are distributed in six countries,...
The author, Rāniyā Saʿd, writes about Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawādrūs as a special religious and spiritual ambassador of Egypt who conveys messages of peace and peaceful coexistence to all countries. In all his visits abroad, Pope Tawādrūs usually acts as a patriotic Egyptian citizen who upholds...
Since his enthronement as patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope Tawāḍrūs has paid special attention to children by establishing a committee on childhood at the Holy Synod under his supervision. He has also held several gatherings with children in Egypt and abroad during his pastoral visits...
The first Arab woman priest in the Middle East, Rev. Rūlā Sulaymān, presbyter of the National Evangelist Presbyterian Church of Tripoli, Lebanon, was officially appointed as a pastor of the church in August 2009.
Celebrated at the All Saints Cathedral of the Episcopal Church in Zamālik, Cairo, the graduation ceremony of the ninth batch of priest students of the Episcopal Theology Seminary, was attended by the Coptic Orthodox Bishop Bīshūy of Damietta, and Bishop Anṭūniyyūs on behalf of the Coptic Catholic...
While Egyptian churches call for passing a law for building their houses of worship, and Coptic citizens holding vigils for enabling the construction of churches already licensed, other [non-Coptic] Christian denominations are selling their churches, hence, generating a new phenomenon alien to...

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