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  • The Great Holy Lent It is the holiest fast of the year.   The 55 days of The Great Holy Lent, represents the the 40 days that Jesus Christ Himself have fasted; and the additional two weeks placed by the church at the beginning and end of the lent.  The first week is the Preparation Week and the last week is the Holy Week.  The Great Holy Lent is a period of Prayer; period of Fasting, period of Repentance, period of Showing Mercy to Others, period of Forgiving and period of Peace, Humbleness and Spiritual Growth.Lord Have Mercy on Us and Forgive Us our sins
    Posted 5 Mar 2016, 12:10 by Admin
  • Feast of Nativity 2016 - Papal Message The Christmas Papal Message, 2016“Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!”Luke 2:14It is of a great blessing to present the 2016 Papal Encyclical of our beloved Shepherd, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark for the Glorious Nativity Feast of 2016. Click here to Watch The Papal Nativity Message for 2016
    Posted 6 Jan 2016, 08:58 by Admin
  • A New Year and a New Start Help us Lord to Learn from yesterday; Live for today; and Hope for tomorrowBut above all, help us to put YOU first in our lives
    Posted 2 Jan 2016, 07:16 by Admin
  • A very happy 2016 May the Lord bless 2016 and it bring Peace, Love, Hope and Joy to the world
    Posted 2 Jan 2016, 06:55 by Admin
  • Christ is Risen - Truely He is Risen "He is not here; He has risen, just as He said"   Matthew 28:6Pope Tawadros - Papal message for Easter 2015 can be accessed via this link
    Posted 18 Apr 2015, 07:29 by Admin
  • Feast of Nativity 2015 - Papal Message "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men"  Luke 2:14Pope Tawadros IIPapal Message for Christmas 2015
    Posted 7 Jan 2015, 04:12 by Admin
  • Holy 50 days after Easter The Holy Fifty Days after Easter is a period of rejoicing in the Resurrection of our Lord and our resurrection with Him. It is the time to experience the new life in our Lord Jesus Christ. It is the period in which a person, who has practiced self-control over material things during the 55 days of Great Lent, rises to live joyfully in the spirit and worship God in spirit and truth. If a person plants with effort, toil, and tears during Great Lent, then the Fifty Holy Days is the time of harvest, accompanied by joy and gladness.
    Posted 27 Apr 2014, 09:46 by Admin
  • Pope Tawadros Easter 2014 Message Christos Anisti .... Alithos Anisti   Christ is Risen ....Indeed He is Risen   I congratulate you my beloved with the Glorious Resurrection Feast that is the crown of our feasts and joy.  Christ's Resurrection is the main foundation in our Christianity; our Church; our evangelism and our daily life.Christ's Resurrection is considered everything to us.  The Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ is considered our new life that we can live in.  In Christ's Resurrection, we have three main aspects.  In Christ's Resurrection, we have three main aspects:Before Crucifixion and Resurrection, Our Lord Jesus Christ was a teacher and a shepherd.During Crucifixion until Resurrection, He was a re-conciliator and a liberator.After Resurrection, our ...
    Posted 27 Apr 2014, 09:13 by Admin
  • Feast of Nativity 2014 - Papal Message In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, One God, Amen.I congratulate all of you for this glorious Feast of the Nativity and the new year of 2014. I wish upon all of you the blessings that come with the birth of the One Who was born in the manger; blessings of goodness, joy, peace and love for everyone in Egypt, and in all our churches throughout the world, all who celebrate the New Year by the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.The incarnation of God is an event that combined the earth with heaven. God, through His love for mankind, was incarnated and came to mankind. As we learn from the verse that ...
    Posted 9 Jan 2014, 15:33 by Admin
  • Coptic New Year 1730 am- Feast of Nayrouz September 11th, marks the beginning of the Coptic year. The Coptic calendar began during the reign of the Roman emperor Diocletian in 284 A.D. During his time, Christians in Egypt were tortured, massacred, and martyred in countless numbers. As a result, the Copts based their calendar on this event, which is why the Coptic year ends with "A.M.," which is short for "Anno Martyrii" or "Year of the Martyrs."On celebrating the feast of Nayrouz::- We honour the lives of the numerous martyrs who offered their lives as sacrifices of love for our Lord who sacrificed Himself on our behalf.We joyfully celebrate the beginning of the Coptic New YearThrough the prayers and intersession of St ...
    Posted 15 Sep 2013, 13:29 by Admin
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