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    Adapting to a New Place Called Home

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    New to America? Want to serve newcomers? Curious about the history of Coptic immigration to the U.S.A.? Trying to adapt yourself to your new environment? 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.
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    Children’s New Testament Bible Stories: Featuring Coptic Illustrations

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    About the Book From the well known author, Fr. Tadros Yacoub Malaty, comes a beautifully composed summary of significant biblical narratives, accompanied by traditional Coptic illustrations depicting each momentous account. This book will help all ages, starting with children, and extending to parents and anyone entrusted with the religious education of youth, to appreciate the New Testament and its most significant events. This precious book is a simple and inviting journey through Scripture in conformity with Orthodox tradition, and will be a treasured resource for many future generations.
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    Children’s Old Testament Bible Stories: Featuring Coptic Illustrations

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    About the Book From the well known author, Fr. Tadros Yacoub Malaty, comes a beautifully composed summary of significant biblical narratives, accompanied by traditional Coptic illustrations depicting each momentous account. This book will help all ages, starting with children, and extending to parents and anyone entrusted with the religious education of youth, to appreciate the Old Testament and its most significant events. This precious book is a simple and inviting journey through Scripture in conformity with Orthodox tradition, and will be a treasured resource for many future generations.
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    Colossians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians

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    COLOSSIANS: THE SURVIVAL OF CHRISTIANITY IN COLOSSE The budding congregation of Christians in the city of Colosse was threatened by the temptation to relapse to paganism. St. Paul steps in by writing this letter to warn them against apostasy, as well as other philosophies of men (such as Judaistic ceremonialism, angel worship, and an improperly harsh form of asceticism). The singular message St. Paul wanted to impress upon them was: Christ is the fullness of God and is the all-sufficient Savior. 1 THESSALONIANS: KEEPING THE SECOND COMING IN MIND St. Paul tries to remind the Thessalonians about the need to maintain their steadfastness in the faith, and he instructs them on how to live a holy life, worthy of their calling. He brings to their mind the Second Coming of Christ as a means of motivation and also comfort in light of the persecutions they had been facing. 2 THESSALONIANS: THE SECOND COMING—NOT JUST YET Having brought to their minds the Second Coming of Christ, some Thessalonians thought that the persecution they were enduring meant Christ was coming now (as in, in their lifetime), to the point that people quit their work! St. Paul corrects their misunderstanding and motivates them for continued spiritual progress.
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    Fundamentals of Christianity Volume 1: From the Alexandrian Fathers on Trinitarian Theology

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    Fundamentals of Christianity Volume 1: From the Alexandrian Fathers on Trinitarian Theology By Fr. D. Abba Moses  
    About the Book In this first volume of the Fundamentals of Christianity series, you will find a compilation of quotations from the Alexandrian Fathers of the early Church on the subject of Trinitarian Theology, collected and organized in outline form by Fr. D., a monk from the St. Mary & St. Moses Abbey (a monastery of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States).
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    Insights Into Holy Passion Week (Arabic and English)

    About the Book From the Introduction by His Grace Bishop Youssef: The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ expounded during Holy Week is a profound respective interval for contemplation, understanding, soul searching, repentance, and wholehearted gratitude for His immense love and the toll of His sacrifice for us. This book provides deep insight and invites the believer to delve into an exceptional discourse regarding the events of the days and minutes of the Lord’s Passion according to the readings and rites of the Coptic Orthodox Church, starting with Hosanna Sunday, and unto Covenant Thursday, Great Friday, Bright Saturday, and Resurrection Sunday.
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    Monastic Treasures for All of Us

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    Monastic Treasures for All of Us A Series of Homilies and Lectures by the Thrice-Blessed Pope Shenouda III of Blessed Memory  
    About the Book Although these homilies and lectures were delivered to monastic communities, the spiritually nourishing teachings reflect on biblical teachings that are applicable to all readers seeking to pursue a life of holiness. His Holiness Pope Shenouda III of Blessed Memory draws from decades of spiritual dedication, formally beginning from his joining the monastery, and thereafter being ordained a priest, then hegumen, bishop, and finally chosen as the 117th Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria, leading the Coptic Church as he excelled by God's grace in his role as a shepherd and teacher for over 40 years before his departure in 2012. His deeply moving homilies are reminiscent of the famed sayings of the early desert fathers, and bring to mind the famed oratory influence and eloquence of the fourth century archbishop of Constantinople St. John Chrysostom (the "golden-mouthed").
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