- The Roman Catholic Church in Egypt is presently composed of an exempt Latin missionary jurisdiction and 14 Eastern Catholic (arch)eparchies (mainly the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate's province), but also yielded over 90 titular sees .
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The Catholic Church in Egypt is considerably small as compared to the rest of the Christian population in Egypt, which is a significant minority among (mainly Sunni) Muslims. The Catholic population in Egypt is said to have begun during the British control of Egypt.
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Aug 04, 2011 · Tour Egypt presents information and Mass Schedule of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Down Town, Cairo. 1-888-834-1448. Language: English.
Coptic Catholic Church, Eastern Catholic church of the Alexandrian rite in Egypt, in communion with Rome since 1741, when Athanasius, a Miaphysite (acknowledging only one nature in the person of Christ) Coptic bishop, became a Roman Catholic. Two succeeding bishops remained unconsecrated because they were unable to travel to Europe and there ...
The Catholic Church in Egypt is presently composed of an exempt Latin missionary jurisdiction and 14 Eastern Catholic (arch)eparchies (mainly the Coptic Catholic Patriarchate's province), but also yielded over 90 titular sees
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One Coptic councellor in 1637 referred to the Roman Church in Egypt as "a brothel".   Attempts to excommunicate Catholic offenders in the city were seemingly fruitless.  Agathangelo would later be hanged as a martyr in Ethiopia by order of the Ethiopian king in 1638,  and the mission in Cairo would start to decline.
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