Sami Mahroum, DUBAI — For centuries, the streets of Cairo have been adorned with traditional lanterns to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. In recent decades, locally produced lanterns have been replaced by cheaper Chinese-made lanterns. Yet due to the disruption of global supply chains caused by the pandemic, Egyptian-madeRead More →

Last year, one of my minor seminary classmates and a missionary priest shared photos of gothic cathedrals in Tunisia on our WhatsApp alumni platform. He explained that these churches were converted to mundane uses. Another priest who was so shocked that I was asked, “What happened? Everyone who commented onRead More →