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The Royal Institute for Inter Faith Studies (RIIFS) held a lecture entitled “Arab-Christian Heritage and Christian-Islamic Dialogue”, delivered by Dr. Wajīh Yūsuf. Several scholars, including clergymen and Muslim religious leaders participated in this lecture.
  Yesterday night, the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Sunday schools was held at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) in the presence of Pope Tawāḍrūs II, the BA Director Dr. Muṣṭafā al-Fiqī and a number of General Bishops of the Coptic Orthodox Church.  
Dr. Rev. Safwat al-Bayādī, head of the Coptic Evangelical Church, wrote an opinion piece in al-Dustūr, comparing the internal and external crises facing the Church today, and focusing on the internal issues as he believes they are more dangerous.  Primarily he discusses the effects of the...
Pope Tawāḍrūs II of the Coptic Orthodox Church stated that the Church organized training courses for the first time for the newly ordained priests to be held during the 40-day spiritual retreat after ordination in one of the monasteries in Egypt [according to the church’s tradition].
In his speech during a celebration marking the anniversary of the death of late Pope Shinūdah III, at the monastery of St. Mary [al-Siryān] in Wādī al-Natrūn, Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawādrūs II said that late Pope Shinūdah was biblically experienced in theological dialogues.
In an interview with Pope Shenouda of Alexandria, he talks frankly about the many issues in Egypt.
Despite international interest in the study of Coptic Orthodoxy and Coptic history, until as late as the 1950s there was no academic institution offering such studies in Egypt. This article describes the founding and continued work of the Institute for Coptic Studies, founded in 1954.
The author reports on a Coptic Orthodox plan to face the alleged Protestant promulgation.
Watani International spoke to Bishop Bīshūy about ecumenical dialogue. He discusses the development of Christian dialogue and points that the different churches have come to agreements on over the years.
Zākhir discusses the dimensions of the conflict between the church and the laymen trend by shedding light on some of the reasons which have led to severe attacks against the laymen and their policy.


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