Fr. Shenouda Maher seems a very resourceful personality. I will delve into his site.
Yes, I know Arabic and would like to recieve the Coptic names and their pronunciation because I'm making a correlative site, you see, on the apparent similarity between the modern Egyptian dialect (Coptic) and its ancient counterpart-by Egyptian I don't mean Arabic, I have the firm belief that we, as Egyptians, have been misled by this foreign tradition (if we could name it so) that has drastically upset the genius of Egyptian mentality and African intellect generally.
The spiritual teachings of many North African fathers of the Christian Church, like St. Augustin and St. Anthony have led to Christian reform via the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas. As we know it today, the Catholic Church holds much of this oriental esoterism in its stronghold of knowledge. Much like the DaVinci Code.
Now the reason I say this, is that many Greek historians, like Herodotus, praised Egyptian knowledge (a trustworthy source of this claim is Isidorus's "Universal History" or "History of the Universe"), including the modern poet Cavafy in whose name "Egyptian Wisdom" held its claim in the poem he wrote on Ithaca.
To visit Egypt is to savour the wisdom of its people (Egyptians not Arabs).
You forgot to tell me how I could reach Worrell's book.
Thank you in advance.