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The Israeli occupation forces bombed the Church of St. Porphyrius (Birphīrīōs) on Monday (October 9). This church dates back about 1,600 years, according to Palestinian activists who have been circulating this incident on social media.  
For the first time in 70 years, since the July 23, 1952 revolution, the Jews of Egypt celebrated Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Ben Ezra is one of Egypt's oldest synagogues and was reopened by Prime Minister Muṣṭafā Madbūlī after more than two years of restoration work.
The Institute of Coptic Studies is the most prominent education institution of the Coptic Orthodox Church, focusing on studies of Coptic history, civilization, heritage, and culture.
A professional professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in al-Minyā University has sculpted a statue of the Virgin Mary to decorate the route of the Holy Family in the city of Drunka in the Asyūṭ governorate.
Human history has been generous to us Egyptians as it has gifted us with many privileges, including Pharaonic civilization with its deep-rooted rich culture, and the fact that many peoples, nations and old kingdoms have passed here.
On Monday, 698 tourists from various countries around the globe visited the historic city of Saint Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula. They visited several important religious, spiritual, and tourist sites in and around the city, including Mount Sinai and the Holy Valley. The city of Saint Catherine...
“If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew, 17:20)  
This year we celebrate the bicentenary of Champollion decoding the Rosetta Stone. The key to his success was the Coptic language, the final descendant of the Ancient Egyptian language.
The Coptic Museum is organizing a number of lectures on Sunday, July 31 and Tuesday, August 2, entitled "Means of Lighting in Coptic Art and Antiquities".

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