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  • 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
  • Fast of the Virgin Mary The Fast of the Assumption of the Virgin Saint Mary 7th - 22nd August 2013 (1st -- 16th Mesori 1729) This fast is 15 days long and precedes the feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. During this holy fasting period, we ask for the intercessions of the Virgin Mary.                                  May her prayers be with us all Amen.
    Posted 10 Aug 2013 00:28 by Admin
  • Christ is Risen   Happy Feast of Resurrection   "He is not here; He has risen, just as He said" Matthew 28:6   Christ is Risen    ...   Truly is Risen Pekrestos Aftonf    ...    Khen ou-methmi Aftonf Christos Anisti   ...    Alithos Anisti   Papal Message for Easter 2013   H H Pope Tawadros II Congratulates the Coptic People for Easter      
    Posted 11 May 2013 14:16 by Admin
  • Departure of St Anthony The Great  Departure of St AnthonyThe Great(30th January 2013 - 22nd Tobi 1729)On this day, of the year 356 AD, St Anthony the Great, the star of the wilderness, and the father of all monks, departed.  This righteous man was born in the year 251 AD in the city of Qimn El-Arouse, to rich parents who loved the church and the poor. They raised him up in fear of the Lord.  When he was twenty years old, his parents departed, and he had to take care of his sister.Once he entered the church and heard the words of the Lord Christ in the Gospel, "If you want to be perfect, go sell what you have and give to ...
    Posted 31 Jan 2013 07:17 by Admin
  • Feast of Epiphany Feast of Epiphany(18th January 2013 - 10th Tobi 1729)Feast of Epiphany is the celebration of baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ.  It is also known as the Feast of the “Divine Appearance”.   The Son is baptized, the Holy Trinity appears like a dove and the Father speaks from heaven saying:  “You are My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. (Mark 1:11)The baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ shows the Creed of the Holy Trinity.Jesus said to Nicodemus “Unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God.” (John 3:5)
    Posted 31 Jan 2013 05:14 by Admin
  • His Holiness Pope Tawadros II - Christmas 2013 Message I congratulate you my dear beloved children on this blessed Christmas, wishing you the blessings of joy, richness and peace in your life, work, and families from the Holy Born Baby in the manger blessings. May all Christmas celebrations find you filled with peace in spirit and good health. The Precious Event The incarnation and birth of our Lord Jesus Christ is one of the most precious events in the history of mankind. In this event we meet various aspects of God’s creation. For example: Individuals: Joseph, Herod, Mary, Elizabeth and Simeon.Groups: Jewish shepherds, foreign Magi and children.Animals: in the manger and also in the temple offerings.Heavenly hosts: angels, and the Archangel’s annunciation of the ...
    Posted 31 Jan 2013 04:47 by Admin
  • Pope Tawadros II Enthronement 18th November 2012(9th Hathor 1729)Congratulations Pope Tawadros IIon your enthronement   May the Lord guide you and protect you
    Posted 25 Jan 2013 13:34 by Admin
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