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The clerical committee is different from the administrative court, since it is not a governmental or administrative entity; however it is only a committee that consists of monks and priests. Therefore, this committee has its own laws and provisions concerning the issues of divorce and...
The Coptic Orthodox Church refuses to allow divorced Copts to be remarried, unless adultery has been proven.
Rose al-Yousuf magazine continues its reportage on the controversial issue of divorce and Coptic Christianity.
The author publishes the text of the reasons on which the Administrative Judiciary Court relied to give its controversial sentence compelling Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria to grant permit for a second marriage to a Copt who divorced his wife by a court ruling.
In this interview Bishop Boulā of Tantā and the head of the clerical council speaks about Coptic personal status problems.
Qatqouta Shenouda discovered that her husband Nāsir ‘Imyān had been married to 15 other women, and so she appealed to the court seeking a divorce and she convicted her husband of committing adultery and abusing her.
Rose al-Yousuf publishes the full text of the appeal made by Pope Shenouda III against a court ruling obliging him to grant permission to divorced Copts to remarry.
A discussion of the pope’s arguments concerning divorce in the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the ways in which Christian personal status issues have been handled in the past.
In an interview with al- Musawwar, Habīl Tawfīq Sa‘īd, a self-styled ‘priest,’ speaks about the independent Orthodox denomination of the “Sons of St. Paul the apostle,” which he founded in 1982 and which then included 3.5 million Coptic Orthodox members from all over the world.
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria has given orders to defrock two priests for violating the church’s teachings.


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