If you're near LA, check out St. Mary's Coptic Catholic Church.
2701 Newell St.
Los Angeles, California 90039
And if you aren't close by, check them out online: http://stmaryccc.com/
Video transcript as translated by Free Translation and modified slightly by Catherine Alexander.
The Coptic Catholic Church
biblical sources (Actions and Letters) do not speak of the
evangelization of Egypt. Tradition attributes the foundation of this
Church to the Evangelist Mark. But the Coptic Church has
also the merit of having given life, in the 4th Century, to the monastic
tradition. An impressive phenomenon that spread itself from Egypt
first to the East (Palestine, Syria, Cappadocia) and then to all of the
west. The statistics relating to the Copts in Egypt say that from a
population of about 75 million residents, the Coptic number of
Christians changes to second if to supply the is the Muslim government
or the church. The Coptic Orthodox are estimated to be between 6 and 9
million. The faithful Coptic Catholic are about 250,000, subdivided in
seven diocese in Egypt and 13 parishes in foreign countries. They are
served from nine bishops, beneficiaries from 200 priests and Franciscan
monks, in 174 parishes in Egypt, but also in Europe, North America,
Australia and the Middle East. Since the 7th Century, the Coptic tongue
was often replaced by the Arabic tongue, and today the liturgical books
present a bilingual text, Coptic and Arabic, mixed here and there with
Greek formulas, restive of the original tongue. The Catholic formation
of a Coptic community in Egypt derives from the work carried out of
preaching first from the Franciscan, that in 1630 were based on a
mission to the Cairo, and later on, post 1675, also from the Jesuits.
"The Church of Egypt is passed across periods a lot more difficult and
harder. You make sentences of true persecution". To affirm the S. B
Mons. Antonio Naguib, Coptic Patriarch Catholic - that continues: "But
it is gone out of it stronger and more dynamic. As for the future,
once again, we put ourselves between the hands of God, with much trust