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In the aftermath of the recent events affecting the Coptic Orthodox Monastery known as Deir El-Sultan in Jerusalem, His Eminence Metropolitan Antonious of the Holy See of Jerusalem has issued a statement outlining a history of the recent events and injustice at this site: A Statement Regarding Deir El-SultanDownload The…
Please review the attached documents for the statements from the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of the Holy See of Jerusalem and the Near East & Coptic Orthodox Bishops of North America. Statement regarding that attack on Al Sultan Monastery A Statement … The post Statement Regarding the Attack on Al Sultan…
On Sunday, October 14, 2018, Copts gathered from across the United States to look towards the future of Coptic education at the first-ever fundraising dinner with Friends of Coptic Education. Here, His Grace Bishop Kyrillos shared his own vision for … The post A Step Towards the Future: The Inaugural…
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