Church in Egypt – a country struggling to find its feet following a series of political upheavals in which, following the popular overthrow of the Mubarak regime, post-revolutionary politics became polarized between the ascendant Muslim Brotherhood on one hand and liberal and secular forces on the other. The result was the ousting of the Morsi government by the military one year later to the welcome of the majority of Egyptian society, though Islamic extremists vented their anger on those perceived in the overthrow, including moderate Muslims and Christians. Host Mark Riedemann interviews Bishop Botros Fahim Awad Hanna, Coptic Catholic Eparchy, Minya, Egypt about the situation of Christians in Egypt today.