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S+L BLOG: Egypt



The Pope’s agenda this week includes his apostolic and symbolic visit to Egypt. Greg Burke, Director of the Holy See Press Office, affirmed the Pope Francis’ will to send out a positive message. “He is serene, and not naive, because he knows the situation in Egypt,” Burke told Vatican Radio. “He knows what happened to the Copts ...read more
Sebastian Gomes shares two reasons why you should follow Pope Francis’ trip to Egypt very closely. Learn more about #PopeInEgypt! Pope Francis to Visit Egypt Also, Carl Hétu, Director of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association in Canada, sat down with Sebastian last week to discuss the current political and social landscape while looking ahead to Francis’ ...read more
Head of CNEWA Canada, Carl Hétu discusses Egypt’s revolution and why the future of the Arab Spring may depend on the Egyptians. How are you going to spend the next five minutes of your time?  You could browse social media or check your email, but how about meeting a fascinating person and learning something relevant that will ...read more
Today on Perspectives, part two of our interview with Fr. Henri Boulad, S.J., an Egyptian-based Jesuit who tackles the day-to-day issues facing Christians in Egypt. ...read more
Today on Perspectives, part one of our interview with Fr. Henri Boulad, S.J., an Egyptian-based Jesuit who tackles the day-to-day issues facing Christians in Egypt. ...read more
Today on Perspectives: The Vatican observer at the UN says peace cannot happen if countries and groups keep sending weapons to the army and opposition in Syria, Egypt. Archbishop Fournier of Rimouski, Quebec speaks out against the religious symbols ban being planned by the provincial government, and we tell out about a few upcoming events. ...read more