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Under the patronage and supervision of Archbishop Makāriyyūs, Bishop of Minya and Abū Qurqāṣ, for the second consecutive day, the end of the year's tests are conducted at the Pope Shinūda III Institute for the Study of the Bible in Minya; these tests will continue for a week. The institute's end-...
The International Mission for the Follow-up to the Referendum on the Constitutional Amendments of Egypt is a coalition composed of 3 international organizations and one Egyptian organization. The mission is preparing to follow up the referendum on the amendments to Egypt’s 2014 Constitution, slated...
The German Agency for Domestic Security recently published a report about Muslim antisemitism in Europe, and especially in Germany where it seems to represent a big issue.
Events in Minya have escalated recently, and sectarianism has reared its ugly face once again. Bishop Makarius [Makāriyūs], the General Bishop of Minya and Abu Qurqāṣ, remains the champion of the scene, where he alone is held responsible for the aftermath of unrest in the governorate. 
Egyptian churches rejected insistence by salafī members of the constituent assembly drafting a news constitution for Egypt that Copts should be compelled to pay the zakāh.  
Senior leader of the Islamic Reform Front Organisation,ʿAmr ʿAbd al-Shakūr ʿAmir, said the main reason for the end of good relations between al-Jamaʿa al-Islamiyyah and the Islamic Community, is because the Jamāl Hishmat [Gamal Heshmat] is attacking Assim ʿAbd al-Mājid (member of Shura Council)...
In a ceremonial celebration, Pope Tawāḍurūs II, bishops, priests, and monks, gathered at the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the theological seminary that witnessed the graduation of hundreds and thousands of young men who decided to devote themselves to...
Supporting Youth’s creativity and innovation, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawāḍrūs II celebrated young scientists to confirm that education is a cornerstone in the progressive development of nations.
The names of Coptic churches are emblematic for piety or strength of faith, and is either selected by a priest or by the church institution in accordance of the location and interoperation with the Bishopric.

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