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The Coptic Orthodox Church announced that the Southern Diocese of the United States of America is organizing, for the first time, a new celebration for the event of the entrance of Christ into the land of Egypt under the name of Global Coptic Day.
Today, Pope Tawāḍrūs II delivered his weekly sermon from the St. Mary & St. Bīshūy Church in the presence of a group of bishops, priests, deacons and people.
Bishop Kīrillus Āfā Mīnā, Bishop and Abbot of Saint Mīnā Monastery in Alexandria, issued a decision suspending Monk Athanāsiyyūs who is delegated to the spiritual service in the USA pending investigation by the Monastic Affairs Committee.
Father Benjamin Mitrī (Bishop  of the Church of St. Mark in Buḥayrah and Maṭrūḥ) died today at the age of 77 after spending around 50 years in priestly service. For his part, Pope Tawāḍrūs II offered his condolences to Bishop Bākhūmiyyūs of Buḥayrah and the priests of his diocese for the...
The first Coptic Tunes and Hymns Festival will be held on Tuesday, 30 April, under the title “Symphony” at Anbā Ruways Theater in St. Mark Cathedral of ‘Abbāssiyya.
In late May this year, the Christian Orthodox families will participate in the first joint ecclesiastical conference in Egypt under the slogan “Love” and under the auspices of Pope Tawāḍrūs II.
The churches, both in Egypt and throughout the world, cried over the Notre Dame fire that consumed the roof of the cathedral before toppling one of its massive towers.  
A special meeting is held for the youth at the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria. Many clerics will be present, amongst them Pope Tawāḍrūs II.
 "Fire knows no history", a saying echoed by the people in Paris when a fire erupted in Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most famous religious and touristic edifices worldwide. Many church leaders all over the world sent their thoughts and prayers to France in these hard times.
In the aftermath of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war and the peace negotiations which followed from 1977 to 1979, and under measures to bring about peace between Egypt and Israel, the late President Anwar al-Sādāt asked Pope Shinūda III that Christians visit Jerusalem. However, Pope Shinūda refused to do...

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