Amal Morcos is a refugee from journalism having sought something much higher and better. She loves to work for the poor and is thrilled to be connected with her heritage through Coptic Orphans.
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Miriam had a chronic problem. Before exams, she would cry all night and sometimes even faint in anticipation. Her reaction was not surprising. She lost her father to drugs and alcohol and her mother was left with 11 children to support. Continue reading →
The interrogation had been going for six hours. The questions were relentless. “Where is your daughter!?” But Om Marina would not give in. She had hid her daughter and coldly replied to the police, “Over my dead body.” Continue reading →
H.G. Bishop Loukas of the Diocese of Abanoub & El Fateh has had a tremendous ministry to orphans. In the excerpt below from the Diocese Anniversary Book, he talks about his involvement with Coptic Orphans.Continue reading →