Drifting about the internet today (like a leaf on the wind), I stumbled upon a page called ‘Early Church Fathers Collection‘. The Internet is making available to many people for free the writings of the Fathers in a variety of places. This particular place looks to me to have been put together by someone who is Coptic Orthodox. It includes (amongst others) pages called:
- St. Athanasius Of Alexandria And St. Antony The Great
- Theosis In The Writings of Pope St. Athanasius of Alexandria
- Pope St. Athanasius of Alexandria On the Incarnation of the Word (Arabic – translated by the late Rev. Fr. Markos Daoud – incomplete version)
- Writings of Pope St. Cyril of Alexandria: , 
- Sayings of Desert Fathers – Paradise of the Desert Fathers (Excerpts)
- History of the Patriarchs of the Coptic Church of Alexandria (Ta’rikh Batarikat al-Kanisah al-Misriyah by Severus (Sawirus ibn al-Muqaffa`), Bishop of Al’Ashmunein (Hermopolis) around the end of 10th century)
- The Collection Of Safey The Son Of The Honey Maker (al-Magmou al-Safawy le-Ibn al-Assal – 1245 A.D.)
- The Lamp That Lights The Darkness In Clarifying The Service (Misbah al-Zulmah fi Idah al-Khidmah by Ibn-Kabar, the Coptic priest of the Hanging Church in Old Cairo around – 1296-1332 A.D.)
These pages are clear evidence to me that this was compiled by someone of the Coptic Orthodox persuasion. They and the others look interesting, especially the second one. Thankfully, it has the original Greek with Patrologia Graeca references as well as the Arabic translations.
Just in case you are interested in these, the first I list is in English; the third, as it says, is in Arabic; the fourth is in English; the fifth (Sayings of the Desert Fathers) is English; the sixth, also English; the seventh is English; and the eighth is in English.
I am pleased to see more Christians from various traditions getting into the Fathers and making them accessible!
This is a pleasant development. Sometimes I wonder if, besides immersing ourselves in Scripture, rediscovering the Fathers is not the way forward for the fractured Church of Christ.