Dr. Samy Fawzy, Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria, visited today, Tuesday, Anba Basilius Fawzy, Catholic Bishop of Minya, at the Diocese headquarters, where a brotherly dialogue took place between them.
Archbishop Samy expressed his happiness for the cooperation and fraternal spirit that unites the Episcopal/Anglican Church and the Catholic Church in Egypt, stressing that the two churches are members together in the Council of Churches of Egypt and share many activities.
The Archbishop pointed to the active participation of the Catholic Church in the project together we develop Egypt, which is sponsored by the Episcopal/Anglican Church, wishing the continuation of the spirit of brotherhood between the two churches because all churches are members of the one body of Christ.
The Archbishop indicated that the Catholic Church shares many pastoral and spiritual activities with the Catholic Church in all the countries of the Alexandria region, especially in Algeria and Libya, adding: I witnessed that love when I was serving as Archbishop of North Africa.
On his behalf, Anba Basilius congratulated Archbishop Samy on his inauguration as Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt, stressing his desire to contribute to the spiritual and service work with the Episcopal/Anglican Church.