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The Monastery of St. Samuel the Confessor in Jabal al-Qalamūn in Minya, warned against any social media pages belonging to the monastery that speak in their name. They emphasized that they are not responsible for any accounts posting on social media with their name.
The Vatican News website praised the good relation between President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī  and Christians in Egypt. Since al-Sīsī assumed the Presidency of the Arab Republic of Egypt in 2014, he has made several friendly gestures towards the local churches, especially the Coptic Orthodox Church,...
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.
The Orthodox Church, headed by Pope Tawāḍrūs II, Pope of Alexandria, Patriarch of the See of St. Mark, is witnessing efforts to revive the Coptic language used in Christian churches and prayers on a daily basis.
Copts in Farshūt, north of Qinā governorate, participated in the opening of the new al-Raḥmān Mosque in the village of al-Hāj Salām, after its renovation which was paid for by the people.
Dr. Rev. Andrea Zakī, President of the Evangelical Community and Head of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), praised ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sisī’s declaration of making 2022 the year of Civil Society and launching a national strategy to promote human rights in Egypt.
Bishop Daniel of Sydney is now subject to a police investigation following allegations of serious fraud within the church.
The Logos Forum for Coptic Orthodox Youth continues its activities for the seventh consecutive day, under the slogan: “Enjoying the Roots”, in the presence of Pope Tawāḍrūs.
The Coptic Orthodox Church Media Center has released its latest project, sponsored by Pope Tawāḍrūs II of Alexandria. The project aims to photograph with 360-degree technology the landmarks of Egyptian historic churches in order to provide interactive tours of the ancient churches and monasteries.
Why do we often talk about Copts and the 1952 Revolution? Was the revolution at that time against the Copts as a religious sect, as if we still lived in the Ottoman confessional system? Was the revolution against the interests of the feudal and capitalist class of the Copts alone?  Do we measure...


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