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On Shared Humanity and Diverse Religion: Notes from Egypt

By Jeff Boldt My wife and I recently moved our four kids to Egypt, where I now work for the bishop in the Alexandria School...

Egypt’s Anglicans Offer Challenge to Intolerance

The role of the Anglican Church in Egypt is to be a humble, honest Christian presence within the majority population, articulate when opportunities occur and questions emerge, but always embodying the evidence of what was once notably described as “being with Jesus.” (Acts 4:13).

From Praise Music to ‘Jingle Bells’

A choir representing the Diocese of Egypt sang Christian praise choruses Christmas afternoon on Channel One in Cairo.

Bishop Condemns Mosque Bombing

Bishop Mouneer Anis: “We Egyptians are determined to fight terrorism and support President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.”

Archbishop Grieves Martyrs

The Archbishop of Canterbury was heartbroken by the murder of 28 Coptic Christians on pilgrimage.

‘A Second-Class Citizen’

Archbishop Mouneer Anis describes living in an Egypt led by the Muslim Brotherhood.

More Bombings in Egypt

ISIS claims culpability as Palm Sunday blasts kill 49 worshipers.

Cairo conference: Contextual mission in Egypt

In April I flew to Cairo for the first international conference of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project.

Congratulations, Egypt

The Most Rev. Mouneer Hanna Anis: “This is an answer to the prayers of so many people from around the world.”


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