Daniel Fanous



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Taught by God: Making Sense...

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The Person of the Christ: T...

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A Silent Patriarch

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“Whenever a president visits, my father [Nasser] farewells them at the guests' rooms door; but with Kyrillos, he farewells him at the car door and remains there standing until the car leaves.”
Daniel Fanous, A Silent Patriarch

“Kyrillos on one occasion casually approached the lions. Both he and the lions gently accepted the presence of the other. "Why be astonished?" the emperor is remembered as commenting to shocked onlookers, "He is a holy man.”
Daniel Fanous, A Silent Patriarch

“Even those closest to him became frustrated—whenever they approached him with a concern, they were inevitably told to simply pray. On one occasion a group of priests from Alexandria visited Kyrillos with a "major" problem. On their way, still some distance off, one "who talked a lot but had a pure heart," moaned, "What's the point?...He will just tell us to pray.”
Daniel Fanous, A Silent Patriarch



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