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Coptic Feast of Nayrouz: The celebration of the Coptic New Year and the Martyrs

Discussion in 'The Voice In The Desert - Oriental Orthodox' started by dzheremi, Sep 11, 2019 at 1:30 PM.

  1. dzheremi

    dzheremi Coptic Orthodox non-Egyptian

    Oriental Orthodox
    Today is the 1st of Tout on the ancient Coptic/Egyptian calendar (Sept. 11 on a non-leap year, Sept. 12 on a leap year), which marks the beginning of the Coptic year. To explain a little bit of why we celebrate the New Year today, here is an English sermon by Fr. Mikhail Mikhail of St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Cleveland, OH. May the good father's words help us all.

    A blessed Nayrouz to any who may read this.
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  2. Andrewn

    Andrewn Active Member

    The 9/11/01 attack was an sad coincidence.