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Fr. Mikhail Edward Mikhail
D. Min.

The Very Rev. Fr. Mikhail Edward Mikhail, D. Min. was born in Cairo, Egypt on August 2, 1949. From an early age, he was active in church life, and was fortunate to have several mentors who clearly influenced his life and guided him to a love for his church and its service. As a child and a young man, he was fortunate to be a student of several leaders of the Coptic Orthodox Church such as H. E. the late Metropolitan Agathon of Ismailia, Their Grace Bishop Antonious Marcos of African Affairs, Bishop Moussa of the Youth, Bishop Samuel of Shiben El-Kanater, the Very Rev. Fr. Ibrahim Aziz Guindi, and the late Rev. Fr. Roufail S. Michail. These mentors would all play a role in guiding the young Mounier Edward Mikhail to enter the Coptic Orthodox Theological Seminary in Cairo where he would come under the patronage and guidance of his most influential mentor, H. H. Pope Shenouda III,who was then H. G. Bishop Shenouda, Bishop of Christian Education and Dean of the Seminary.

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Fr. Marcos Ghali
Doctoral Candidate, M.A., PC

Father Marcos Ghali was born in Cairo on August 4, 1968. He served as an active deacon and youth leader at St. George & St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church in Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. Most of his service there involved the youth and their activities under the care of H. G. Bishop Moussa, the Bishop of Youth. He graduated with an Accounting degree in May of 1989. After his immigration with his wife, in 1996, he continued his service at St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Toronto and later at St. Mary & St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. During this period, he was responsible for directing Sunday school services and curriculum.

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Fr. Daniel Haleem Tyab

Father Daniel Haleem Tyab was born Malak Haleem Tyab in Beheira, Egypt on April 26, 1978. From a young age, he was highly involved in church services and activities, with a special appreciation for the hymns of the Coptic Church. He served in St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Beheira as an active deacon and Sunday School servant. He continued serving at St. Mary’s until 1999, when he focused his services on a weekly meeting he held in Cairo with his friends and colleagues, who were sojourners like him from various regions of Egypt, coming to earn their degrees from Cairo University. In 2002, he graduated from Cairo University with a degree in Pharmacy. Promptly after, he moved to Queens, NY, where he served at St. Mary & St. Antonios COC as a deacon. In 2005, he moved to Cleveland, OH to work as a pharmacist.

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