The Archbishop participates in the inauguration of the Patriarchal Center for Interreligious Dialogue in the Greek Orthodox Church
Today, Dr. Samy Fawzy, Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria, participated in the opening of the Patriarchal Center for Studies and Interreligious Dialogue at St. George’s Greek Orthodox Monastery in ancient Egypt, hosted by Anba Theodoros II, Greek Orthodox Patriarch
On his behalf, the Archbishop stressed the depth of the relationship that unites the Episcopal/Anglican Church with the Greek Orthodox Church, praising the Church’s intention to open a center for studies and interfaith dialogue, considering it a step to enrich this field.
The Archbishop indicated that the Episcopal/Anglican Church intends to open the Bishop Mouneer Hanna Center for Islamic-Christian Studies, stressing that the interest of the Egyptian churches in this field enhances Islamic-Christian relations.
The Patriarchal Center, which opened today, serves the issue of interfaith dialogue, in addition to serving the Middle East Council of Churches and the Egypt Council of Churches.