What does it mean to live the Resurrection with Christ? Questions and answers on the Resurrection, its scriptural significance, and its practical relevance in our lives.
Why Did He Rise on the Third Day?
Christ already died for the salvation of mankind. After He finished His message of salvation, it was . . . → Read More: With Christ in the Resurrection – by Fr. Pishoy Kamel
The Week of Fragrance
The events of the Pascha Week are charged with the emotions of the ultimate love of God to us. It is also filled with the Lord’s broken heart and sad soul, sad to death. These infinite feelings of love of our Lord toward man are beyond . . . → Read More: The Journey from Jerusalem to Golgotha
He was born Samy Kamel in Sirrs-Alliaan, Menoufia, Egypt, in 1931. Raised in Damanhour Egypt, by two God-fearing parents, he received an early education for his age. He attended the school of Sciences, Alexandria University, and graduated with Honours in his ‘Bachelor of Science’ degree in 1951.
While working as a . . . → Read More: The Life of Hegumen Fr. Pishoy Kamel (1931-1979)
The praise of Kiahk (also called “7 and 4”) on the Eve of Sunday is the praise of every eve of Sunday all year, since Sunday is the day of the Resurrection when the Church stays awake until daybreak. Eventually, it contacts the dawn of eternity, whose sun never leaves, because the . . . → Read More: The Praises of Kiahk – by Fr. Pishoy Kamel
The Cross has weak appearance to the uninformed, but to the Christian, it is a weapon to overcome our worldly desires, and threats. With it we defeat Satan. “The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” . . . → Read More: The Cross in Christianity – by Fr. Pishoy Kamel