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The Coptic al-Bawāba made a year-long trip to a range of distinct religious sites for exploring the Coptic shrines at home Egypt particularly Aswan, and abroad especially in Paris. The most significant of these shrines are outlined below. 
This is a series of various recent articles with Copts making the headlines.
This article describes the many changes and restorations made to the Anba Antonious Monastery in Sinai. The recent restorations have been in multiple phases over the past 10 years. There also have been recent archaeological finds in the vicinity, including Monk's cells and ancient Coptic writing....
The article gives a brief account of the St. Antoniousmonastery in the eastern wilderness, Red Sea governorate.
Dr. Aḥmad Sukārṇ writes about racist discrimination that occurs even during the Ḥajj.
The exact whereabouts of Wafā’ Costantine, the priest’s wife who allegedly converted to Islam one and a half years ago, is still unknown, Fādī Habashī writes.
The abbot of St. Antonius Monastery rejected the suggestion proposed by Bishop Yo´annes, the Secretary of Pope Shenouda during his meeting with the governor of the Red Sea to solve the crisis of the monastery. Bishop Yo´annes suggested establishing a farm following the authority of the Red Sea...
The article follows up the crisis of the Anba Antinius Monastery at the Red Sea governorate. It reports that a partial relaxation took place after the meeting between the Minister of Local Development and the Secretary of Pope Shenouda.
The author comments on the way emigrant Copts dealt with the crisis of Anba Antonius Monastery at the Red Sea governorate. He also gives an overview of the incident itself.
Monasticism is no longer a life of worshipping only. Some Egyptian monasteries have moved to land reclamation. They now possess about 15,000 feddans that are planted with fruits and vegetables. Monks spend their day in farming, land reclamation or cattle and chicken farming and devote their night...


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