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Pope Tawāḍrūs II, announced that the efforts made by President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, President of the Republic of Egypt, represent his unprecedented achievements in achieving sustainable development, creating new urban societies and achieving a “dignified life” [Ḥayāh Karīma] for citizens. He...
The waters of the Nile flooded the lower floor of the Church of the Virgin Mary in Maadi [Maʿādī], due to the high water-level of the Nile. This led to the sinking of the basement, some rooms, and the walkway of the church, and it also threatened the structural integrity of the ancient church.
Today, the district of East Mansūra issued a permit to build a Coptic Orthodox Church in the name of Saint John the Apostle in al-Darāsa neighborhood in Mansūra. This came after fulfilling the permit’s conditions and approval of Amīn Mukhtār, governor of Daqahilīya.  
The Coptic Orthodox Church announced in a statement yesterday the inauguration of Mār Jirjis Church in Abū Qurqāṣ Center, Minya.
For many decades, Copts have suffered from arbitrariness in the construction and renovation of churches. After they called again and again for issuing a law for ending such a situation and preventing the repeated incidents of sectarian strife, the June 30 Revolution erupted to revive their...
The Coptic Orthodox Church Official Spokesman Būlus Halīm stated that the registration procedures of three new churches in Indonesia are currently underway, bringing the number of Coptic Orthodox churches in there to five. 
In the village of Zaʿfarāna, Minyā, the Coptic Orthodox Archdiocese owns a small place where her approximate thousand followers perform their prayers.
Priests and bishops of the Coptic Orthodox Samālūṭ dioceses in the governorate of al-Minyā sent a letter to the Egyptian Minister of Interior, Major General Maḥmūd Tawfīq, calling on him to approach the conditions of the Christian places of worship in the Upper Egyptian city.  The priests are...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has stated that the first phase of the renovation of the churches that were destroyed in the aftermath of the dispersal of Rab’ah and Nahdah sit ins on August 14, 2013, was completed in five governorates. 
Undersecretary of the Coptic Orthodox papacy, Hegumen Ibrām Imīl (Abram Emil), said that the committee in charge of codifying the status of the churches as well as service annexes and premises had agreed to legalize the status of 16 churches and service buildings in Alexandria. According to Ibrām...

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