The reason I ask this is because in the Synaxarium and in H.H. Pope Shenouda's Book on St. Mark it states about
Pope Mark VI the following:
(in the Synaxarium (15th of Baramodah)
The Patriarch went to Upper Egypt and stayed there for four years, during which he collected much
money and was foolish in his conduct, to the point that all the people, bishops, priests, and lay leaders,
were exasperated. The dispute, existed between him and the archon Beshara, went on until he returned
to Cairo. He then reconciled with him, and his behavior was straighten after that.
(in "St. Mark" by H.H. Pope Shenouda III p115)
He was not on good terms with some of the pillars of the church and some
monks. He lived a stressful life.
also the Synaxarium tells us this awkward story about another Pope:
Pope John VII (Youannis) (26th of Baramoudah)
After the lay leaders of Cairo had nominated Pope Gabriel III for the Papacy, some of the lay
leaders of Egypt agreed to choose Youannis Ebn Abi-Saaid El-Soukary. They threw an altar lot which
fell on Gabriel, but Youannis, the above mentioned, along with his supporters, quarreled with Gabriel.
Youannis nullified the result of the lot and was enthroned in the 6th. of Tubah 978 A.M....He remained on the Patriarchal Chair six years, nine months, and nineteen days, then he was dismissed....Youannis was reinstated by the order of El-Sultan on the 7th. of Tubah