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How do you pronounce Aleteia?

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Is it Greek to you? Well, that’s because it is!

You read our articles and follow our page, but you’re not sure how to tell your friends to visit… AL-eteeia? AlyteiAAA? Alitalia? Aliwhat? 

So we decided to ask some people out there for help… and we definitely got some. Check out this funny compilation of New Yorkers attempting to pronounce Aleteia!

Bonus question: Do you know what Aleteia means? It’s Greek for “truth,” referring to our mission to be a gathering place for truth-seekers. Thank you, as always, for joining us on this journey!

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