- 02 May 2007
- George Barbary
Despite having presented his body as the ultimate sacrifce of faith and love for God many centuries ago and gained the title of the prince of the martyrs and was rewarded with seven heavenily crowns, yet Saint George still labours for the glory of God to this day with us who continue in our struggle on this earth. Please find below a wonderful story which was relayed from a first hand source of a miracle done by St. George and St. Mina.
Glory be to God in his saints.
- 26 October 2006
- George Barbary
I am Nineveh that great city. Come let me tell you about myself, and my lands and my people. Come let me tell you how I was and what I have become. Come let me tell you, for you can become one of my people, dressed in glory as they are and honoured with them. Come closer to me and I will tell you how I was naked and we were smothered with blood, the blood of sin... I and my people we did not just taste sin but we drank it and drowned in it.
- 13 September 2006
- H.H. Pope Shenouda III
In the name of the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit, One God. Amen.
The Feast of the Nayrouz means the feast of commemorating the martyrs and we do not commemorate the martyrs once a year, but it is as if we commemorate them every day. If those amongst you read the Synaxarium you will find that every day it says, "In this day the Church commemorates..." and inevitably they contain a number of martyrs.
- 19 August 2006
- Ehab Roufail
Do we sometimes feel that God has abandoned us? That His plans for us have gone awry? In the following poem, I beleive God wants to speak His care for us and His desire to free us from despair. Read the scriptural passages given and note your feelings as to what Our Loving God and Father is saying to us in them.