Egyptian Copts are being slaughtered as we speak, latest count is 50 dead and hundreds injured. Clashes began after a peaceful protest about a church issue in Aswan, while protesters where marching, thugs attacked them and were quickly joined by the army in all out anarchy attacking the copts. Army tanks have been recorded running… Continue reading EGYPT IN CHAOS
” For I was hungry and you gave Me no food; I was thirsty and you gave Me no drink” Matt 25:42
Yesterday the Honourable member for the seat of Hughes, put forward the following motion That this House: (1) recognises that Coptic Christians in Egypt are suffering ongoing and increasing persecution; (2) condemns the recent attacks on Coptic Christians in Egypt; (3) expresses its sympathy for Coptic Christians who have been victims of recent attacks in… Continue reading Australian House of Representatives – Discuss the Coptic Situation
Bishops and Monasteries in Late Antique Egypt: Recent Research in Coptic Studies at Macquarie University The Society for the Study of Early Christianity presents reports on recent research by Coptic Studies scholars in the Department of Ancient History, which will be showcased in two illustrated presentations. Dr Jennifer Cromwell, a new Macquarie Univer-sity Research Fellow… Continue reading Coptic Night!
To Edward Heneage Dering on the Death of His Wife in 1876 My Dear Mr. Dering, I have felt for you very much. There are wounds of the spirit which never close, and which are intended in God’s mercy to bring us nearer to Him, and to prevent us leaving Him by their very perpetuity.… Continue reading A Letter of John H. Newman
Money can buy a bed, but not sleep Money can buy books, but not knowledge Money can buy food, but not an appetite Money can buy a clock, but not time Money can buy a position, but not respect Money can buy medicine, but not health Money can buy amusement, but not happiness Money can buy jewelry, but not beauty Money can… Continue reading Money Can Buy!
WASHINGTON — The US House of Representatives has voted to establish a US envoy to protect the rights of religious minorities in the Middle East and South Asia, amid rising concern over Egypt, Iraq and Pakistan. While a marathon debate continued Friday on how to avoid US debt default, the House voted 402 to 20… Continue reading Coptic Envoy from US House of Reps