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Monastery Of Saint Fana - Tensions
... Coptic leader Pope Shenouda stated that the assailants did not want the monks to cultivate the desert land they legally possess ... neighbors of the Monastery) do not have any one to rule them," Pope Shenouda said in a statement criticizing the Egyptian government for not being able to control the Monastery's ... Pope Shenouda's statement came very close to calling the conflict “sectarian” ...
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church (Jersey City, New Jersey) - History - Priests
... as a priest on June 18th, 1989 by Pope Shenouda III to serve at St ... Then, on September 3rd, 1993, Pope Shenouda chose to have him serve St ... Pope Shenouda decided to replace the deceased priest with Fr ...
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church (Englewood, Colorado) - History of The Church
... As Pope Shenouda III was enthroned as the Coptic Pope on November 14 of that same year, this was the first Coptic church that was founded under the ... Pope Cyril VI, Shenouda's predecessor, founded the first four churches in North America ... The current building was consecrated in October 1989 by Pope Shenouda on his second visit (the first one being in 1977), the same year where the Pope visited every Coptic parish ...
The Coptic Encyclopedia
... It was funded by Coptic Pope Shenouda III, the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and others ... It is significant that Coptic Orthodox Church leader Pope Shenouda III himself contributed to the entry about emigration ... of Coptic history have as many Copts migrated to the west as during the Papacy of Pope Shenouda ...
Pope Shenouda I Of Alexandria
... Pope Shenouda I of Alexandria was the 55th Coptic Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St ... As a result of the attacks by the Berbers and the Bedouins, Pope Shenouda I built walls around the monasteries of the Nitrian Desert ... Preceded by Cosmas II Coptic Pope 859—880 Succeeded by Michael III Popes of the Coptic Orthodox Church 1st–4th centuries Mark I Anianus Avilius Kedron Primus Justus ...

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