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Bishop-elect Margaret Brenda Vertue, Senior Priest and Vicar General of the Anglican Diocese of False Bay will be consecrated and enthroned as the second Bishop of the Diocese of False Bay and the second woman, after the Right Revd Ellinah Wamukoya,
A birds-eye view shows Chile's Claudio Rodriguez riding his Honda motorbike during the second stage of the Dakar Rally 2013, from Pisco in Peru. Photograph: Jacky Naegelen/Reuters 11.19am GMT Visitors take a magical horse-drawn trip among the
Egypt's Coptic Church celebrates amid changes 7 January 2013 Last updated at 01:20 ET Egypt's Orthodox Coptic Church is celebrating the feast of Christmas under a new and recently elected Pope and also under the country's new Islamist leader. Coptic
A Charlton teenager has pleaded not guilty to vandalizing and stealing from an Arabic Christian church in town. Zachary Yurasha was granted $250 bail after pleading not guilty Monday in Dudley District Court to charges including malicious destruction
St Anthonys Coptic Orthodox College in Frankston will be closing down next year. Photo: Wayne Taylor WMT THE private education union has called for stronger oversight of the independent school system to prevent the closure of more schools.
58 Washington: The maker of the anti-Islam movie, Innocence of Muslims,' which outraged the Muslim world, has said that he has no regrets.' Egyptian-American Coptic Christian, Nakoula Basseley said that he stands by the incendiary movie, which
ST Anthony's Coptic Orthodox College in Frankston North has joined a growing list of Melbourne independent schools that have been forced to close in 2012 because of financial stress. The school's board announced on Tuesday that it will close its
CAIRO - The Coptic Pope Tawadros II was inaugurated Sunday at St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo. It was the first time in four decades that the old Christian church ceremony held.
The newly chosen Coptic pope finds his people in a perilous situation. Nov. 4, Egypt 's Coptic Orthodox Church again has a spiritual leader as the country goes through a turbulent transition that has been particularly difficult for Christians.
In an interview with the privately-owned TV station, Tawadros said it is the role of the state to protect its citizens, and Copts are in need of reassurance from the government on many issues. "We live in a society where there are rights and duties,"