It is my hope that His Beatitude Ibrahim will begin recovering the liturgical traditions of the Coptic Catholic Church.
For example, here is a video
of the 2011 Christmas liturgy celebrated by Patriarch-emeritus Antonios I Naguib at Our Lady of Egypt Coptic Catholic Cathedral in Cairo.
Compare that with this video
of the 2013 Christmas liturgy celebrated by His Holiness, Pope Tawadros II, at Saint Mark Coptic Orthodox cathedral in Cairo.
One notices in the Catholic liturgy:
1) His Beatitude and co-celebrant bishop wearing klobuks even when celebrating liturgy. (His predecessor, Patriarch Stephanos II Ghattas, did wear the mitre.)
2) There appear to be two priests assisting, but they are not wearing the mitre-like head covering that a Coptic priest wears when celebrating liturgy.
3)lack of a Coptic iconostasis.
4)The liturgy is celebrated on Dec. 25, whereas the Coptic Orthodox celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7.
5) Although one could not tell from the video, it has been my experience that Coptic Catholic liturgies are abbreviated versions of the Coptic Orthodox liturgies.
By the way, has His Beatitude already been enthroned?