New Book Release – “Adapting to a New Place Called Home” – by H.G. Bishop Youssef

New Book Release – “Adapting to a New Place Called Home” – by H.G. Bishop Youssef
January 22, 2016 stmabbeypress

The St. Mary & St. Moses Abbey Press is pleased to announce the release of a new book by His Grace Bishop Youssef.

If you are a new immigrant, or want to serve newcomers to help them adapt to their new experience, this book is for you.

If you are curious about the history of Coptic immigration to the U.S.A. and the struggles immigrants faced, or want to gain insight on where the Coptic Church is headed in the future in the diaspora, then you should pick up this book.

 

TO PURCHASE, CLICK HERE.

To remain up-to-date on our activities and new releases, join our blog and our newsletter!

 

AdaptingToANewPlaceCalledHomeCover-front  AdaptingToANewPlaceCalledHomeCover-back

From the back cover:

Coptic Orthodox Christians have been immigrating to the United States in droves over the last few decades, and their ability to adapt to their new environment has varied greatly.

Bishop Youssef has incorporated years of experience observing and guiding Coptic immigrants into a book that details the history of Copts in the U.S.A., and also provides a comprehensive outlook at how Copts can adequately adapt to their new home. His Grace also shares his vision of the future of Coptic Orthodox Christianity in the land of immigration and how people can fruitfully serve those around them.

About the author: His Grace Bishop Youssef

The Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria was established by Saint Mark the apostle, martyr, and evangelist, in the first century. In uninterrupted succession, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II is the 118th Pope of the Church of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark.  In 1995, His Grace Bishop Youssef was enthroned as the first Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States of America.

Comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*