Affliction, pain and solidarity. These are the sentiments of the people and the delegations who arrived here to extend their condolences to the Coptic Church in Jerusalem. They came from
Coptic Bishop Anba Angaelos said that the Christian community in Egypt is ready to forgive those who are responsible for the Cairo church bombing that killed 25 people last Sunday.
The Imam of al Azhar Visits Patriarch Tawadros After the Massacre in the Church: “Foreign Hands Behind Terrorism”
Cairo (Agenzia Fides) - Sheikh Ahmed al Tayyib, Grand Imam of al-Azhar, led the high-level delegation of the largest Sunni theological center, who yesterday paid a visit at the headquarters
Archbishop Pizzaballa: “The Martyrdom of the Copts in Egypt Will Strengthen the Christian Testimony in the Coptic Church”
JERUSALEM – On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, a delegation of Latin Patriarchate Bishops and Priests offered condolences to the Coptic Church after 25 people were killed in the Orthodox Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
By Albin Hillert* “What we did when we created the Anaphora Institute, is we dug deep into the ground, until we found water. We brought the water to the surface,
Pope Francis called His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, Patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, on Monday December 12, to express his condolences following the recent attack on the
The U.S. Muslim and Christian Coalition (MCC) condemns The horrific, bloody atrocity that was committed at the Coptic Christian Cathedral in Cairo The U.S. Muslim and Christian Coalition (MCC)
COMMUNIQUE – A bomb attack claimed the lives of at least 25 Coptic Christians gathered for Sunday Mass, December 11, 2016, in the Orthodox Church of St. Peter and St.
Cairo, Egypt, Aug 30, 2016 - Christians in Egypt are hoping that a new law will make it easier for them to build churches, particularly after old laws effectively forced Christians
“Long live the Cross and the Crescent”: the Egyptian Parliament approves the law on the construction of churches
Cairo – Egypt’s parliament approved on Tuesday, August 30, a landmark law on the construction of churches, still the subject of harsh criticism from observers and groups belonging to the