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As a champion for Coptic education, St. Habib Girgis left a legacy that prioritized teaching, not only for the understanding the tenets of the faith but also to live and be fulfilled by them, exemplified through his own words: “Teaching … The post From St. Habib Girgis on His Feast…
Dear Friends of ACTS, Greetings in the Lord! As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, and our graduating class prepares for commencement, I reflect on what was accomplished this year with our Lord’s provision. No effort can succeed … The post A Message from His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion:…
LogosTV took an inside look at ACTS, speaking to faculty, staff, and students, alike. Check out these videos from LogosTV’s ACTS coverage from ACTS Commencement 2018 and its Coptic Civilization Episode! Coptic Civilization (A056) – Theological School in Los … The post Get to Know the School: LogosTV Features…
July 30, 2018
North American Schools Plan to Unite
June 19, 2018
Congratulations, ACTS Class of 2018!
May 3, 2018
Declaration of the Bishops of North America
March 3, 2018
2018 GYP Lenten Retreat – Register This Weekend!
September 19, 2015
5th Annual Pharaoh’s Festival
September 25, 2015
2015 Diocese College Convention
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2015 Santa Verena Charity Banquet with H.H. Pope Tawadros II
Coptic Orthodox Christianity
Orthodoxy is what Christ taught, the Apostles preached, and the Fathers kept…
What is the Coptic Orthodox Church?
The term “Copt” comes from the Greek word for “Egyptian.” The Coptic Orthodox Church, then, is the Church that was established in Egypt by the Holy Apostle Mark.
Orthodox Christianity is the authentic and original Christian Faith founded by our Lord Jesus Christ. It is the most pure form of Christianity with nothing added.
The One, Only, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church is the Body of Christ existing in the world. He is the sole Head and His people constitute His Body in the Church. Orthodox Christians believe that the Church is undivided, holy, catholic (universal), and sanctified for the work of preaching the Holy Gospel throughout the world and baptizing the nations.
Articles by His Eminence
and Spiritual Reading
March 1, 2018
Job’s Suffering as Consolation
November 28, 2017
The Women in the Genealogy of Christ