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:Yes, because what to us is September 11, to them is the 29th of August, the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, which is the equivalent of our September 1st -- both dates being taken from the Early Jewish-Christian Church, Jews celebrating their New-Year on the 1st day of their seventh month (Tishri), the equivalent of which is, offcourse, September (=the Seventh). [[User:Luci83ro|Luci83ro]] 12:32, September 6, 2006 (CDT)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:32, September 6, 2006

This is an archive of past discussions. Please use the main Trapeza page to resurrect any of these topics.


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Coptic Christians celebrate the New Year on Sept. 11.

07:16 PM CDT on Friday, September 9, 2005

Many mark the day by attending church services in the morning and enjoying special foods. Mark the day yourself by visiting this site to learn more about this ancient branch of Christianity.

"Coptic" refers to the Egyptian Christian church.

Christians represent 13 to 15 percent of Egypt's population; Copts also worship at hundreds of Coptic churches throughout the world.

This site's historic overview tells how the Coptic church traces its existence to the Holy Family's visit to Egypt, as recounted in the book of Matthew. St. Mark founded the church during the first century, preaching until his martyrdom in Alexandria around the time that Nero ruled Rome.

A few interesting tidbits: The Coptic church is credited with creating the first Christian monasteries, an Egyptian tradition with pre-Christian origins. The Coptic Orthodox Church's clergy is headed by Pope Shenouda III, the Pope of Alexandria.

Typical Sunday worship for Coptic churches starts at 6 or 6:30 a.m. and lasts from four to six hours. And you thought Baptist preachers were long-winded.

Mary A. Jacobs (Dallas Morning News News for Dallas, Texas Religion)

Yes, because what to us is September 11, to them is the 29th of August, the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, which is the equivalent of our September 1st -- both dates being taken from the Early Jewish-Christian Church, Jews celebrating their New-Year on the 1st day of their seventh month (Tishri), the equivalent of which is, offcourse, September (=the Seventh). Luci83ro 12:32, September 6, 2006 (CDT)

You know this is a good idea when...

...you revisit work you did on OrthodoxWiki to help you with your seminary homework.

Rdr. Andrew

...you put up a page on Orthodoxwiki so you can link to it when you're posting to your blog. [[User:Magda|—magda (talk)]] 17:40, 30 Jul 2005 (EDT)

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