Pope Twadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Petrarch of St. Mark See, received on Wednesday a message from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Delegation from the Church of England, the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury accompanied by Archbishop Monir Hanna, head of the Episcopal Church in Egypt and the rest of Africa has visited the Papal headquarter in Cairo to deliver the message to the Pope.
The Masters thesis of Father Phelppis Babaoui Tadros, was discussed today on the Ecclesiastical Preschools and its role in the spiritual, social and educational formation of the children. The discussion committee was formed by His Grace Bishop Benjamin of Menoufia, Dr. Naseef Fahmi Menkarios, and Dr. Boutros Hafez Boutros.
Abba Ghobrial, Bishop of Beni Suef, is going to ordain two new priests in the diocese on Saturday. The new priests are Eissa Moshier and George Abdul Massieh who will be ordained at the Cathedral of St. Mary in Beni Suef.
Daesh terrorist organization (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for terrorist attack on a church in the Russian Caucasus region on Monday. A man has shot fire on the congregation as they were leaving the church and killed at least 5 women and injured 5.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, said during the opening ceremony of St. Makarious of Alexandria monastery in Qalamoun mount and the inauguration of the churches of the monastery that Coptic church is proud of establishing monastery for the world. He added that thousands of monasteries around the world were established according to the monastic system established by the Coptic saints Anthony and Pachomious.
Eng. Sherif Habib, Governor of Beni Suef, met with leaders of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services to discuss the development plan according to the 2030 vision in Egypt. The plan included sectors of education, health and economic development.
The trial of 25 accused of burning the houses of a number of the Copts of the Karm village, Abu Qurqas in May 2016 was postponed for April 14 after a request of the Coptic defense to join the case of stripping a Coptic old lady and drag her nude in the streets to the same case. On May 20, 2016, the angry mobs attacked Coptic hosues and stripped an old lady off in the streets over a rumor about a romantic relationship between a Coptic man and a Muslim woman.
Dr. Abba Shouman, deputy of Al-Azhar, said that Al-Azhar institution supports a modern civil and democratic state in Egypt. He added that Copts should be able to enter the civil faculties of Al-Azhar in case they fulfill its requirements including the memorizing of the Holy Koran.
Pope Towards II, Pope of Alexandria and patriarch of St. Mark See, held a meeting today with Youth Ministry Secretaries in Alexandria. Pope sermonized to them about how to benefit from fasting and answered several questions by the attendees. met with Responsible for the service of young people in all churches of Alexandria and with them secretaries of service and secretaries. His Holiness spoke in a spiritual speech about the benefit of fasting and then answered clearly and with open heart to many questions to those present in various fields such as the role of the Church in the service of youth and the role of the National Church and the many positive aspects witnessed by Egypt despite the severe war and the causes of acute youth in this age and other The subjects took about two hours.
An old Egyptian custom we inherited from our ancestors, the ancient Egyptians, is that we don t remember the important people in our lives until they depart by death and be buried in great pyramids in our memories. The Egyptian idiom says: Remember the good deed of the dead people. Thus, we only remember the good people after they die, but I decided to break that rule and remember some good people in my life as the