Bishop Besenty of Helwan, met today with Deputy Governor of Cairo governorate Ahmed Fouad in order to discuss the latest developments of the burned church of East Helwan. The church demanded the issuance of reconstruction permits to the church that was destroyed in a fire on October 13th.
A Coptic minor girl from a village in the center of Ben Mazar, Minya Governorate, has disappeared. Her family gathered in front of the church of the village demanding the return of their daughter and accusing a Muslim man of kidnapping her.
Dozens of trainees participated in the workshops of the project to train 1000 teachers called (heritage of our church: spirit and life) in its second phase. Sixteen trainers and 80 trainees participated in 6 training workshops.
Awad Shafiq, a professor of international law in Geneva and a Coptic researcher, commented on the crisis of the CTV channel after changing its logo and presenter saying that Elia Basiley assured that the channel is owned and managed by his family and thus they can make the changes they want. He added that Mr. Basiley can t trade on the Coptic identity and the Coptic cause, presence and faith.
Anba Bakhoum, the Catholic Patriarchal Vicar, received a delegation from the Catholic British Church at the House of Our Lady of Peace in the Sheraton residences of the Patriarchal Diocese. This came as part of their visit to Egyptian tourist and religious attractions. During their visit, they discussed the importance of social work in the Catholic Church in Egypt, especially towards the marginalized and the needy.
The Metropolitan Sergius, Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Cape Town, laid the foundation stone for a new church named St. Georgios in the East London area of South Africa. HG has presided over the Divine Liturgy at the Church of the Archangels In George, the southern city of Cape before he headed to the location of the new church in Cape Town.
Thousands of people participated for the second day in the celebrations of the Monastery of St. George the Rizeigat in Luxor. HG Bishop Markos of Shubra al-Khaimah presided over the ceremonies that will continue from 11 to 17 November this year, which commemorates the establishment of the first church on the name of St. George in Palestine.
Ambassador Nabila Makram Abdel Shahid, Minister of State for Migration and Egyptians Abroad Affairs, congratulated lawyer Amira Mohamed Ali, a German-Egyptian politician, who won the German Parliament elections. Ambassador Nabila expressed her happiness for the achievements of the young lawyer, who is one of the sons of the second generation of Egyptians immigrating to Germany, affirming the ministry s full support for her as an important Egyptian and Arab voice in the German parliament, which is characterized by diversity and intellectual diversity. Amira Mohamed Ali was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1980 to an Egyptian father from Port Said and a German mother. She lived for a long time in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony, and works as a lawyer. She entered the German parliament in 2017.
Bishop Bemwa of Suez inaugurated the holy vessels of the altar and the baptism in the Church of the Archangel Michael in Suez. This came during celebrating the holy mass with the participation of thousands of the congregation.
Jesus said to them, “Very truly I tell you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. In the Eucharist we become one flesh to the one head of our Lord Jesus Christ because we share the one sacrifice with a righteous faith and one heart. HG Bishop Benjamin of Menoufia explained in his essay The Liturgy and the Unity of the Church. that the Church during the Sacram