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Introducing Aleteia Premium: It’s simple—and free!


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Fr. Patrick Briscoe, OP - published on 01/18/22

Today Aleteia is proud to offer our readers a new and exciting service. But…what is it for? Who is it for? And what are the benefits?

Aleteia has a mission: to spread the Good News in the digital world. As you know, our editorial line is based on the great virtues of the Gospel: faith, hope and charity. By launching a Premium membership, we want to create an even stronger bond between Aleteia and our readers. We want to build the largest online community that is united by the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Today, the Internet is a breeding ground for the darkest ideas: violence, jealousy, impulses and envy. Aleteia fights against this wave of anxiety. Our goal is to promote in the digital world those things that are beautiful, good, and true. Aleteia Premium will be a community centered in this editorial ambition. Already convinced? Join here!

Joining Aleteia Premium is free—but what’s the benefit for you? Find out below!

1new and exciting articles

Access to articles written especially for you, Aleteia Premium members. These pieces are offered by our partners: Our Sunday Visitor and the Dominican friars. They will be identified by a small golden sign.

2Daily press review

Every day, our Vatican-based writers will offer an international press review of the latest Church news and debates of interest to Catholics, keeping you up-to-date and informed by a reliable source.

4Prayer intentions

To be in community means to hold each other in prayer. We are delighted to offer members of the Aleteia Premium community the possibility of sending their prayer intentions to monasteries that will receive them and bring them to the altar. More than 220 monasteries (Benedictines, Cistercians, Poor Clares, Carmelites and many others) have partnered with Aleteia to offer you this incredible service.

Whether your intentions are for a loved one who is suffering, a child who has just been born, a young couple preparing for marriage, or a problem at work, our brothers and sisters will pray for them in their monasteries. You will be informed of the place and day of the Mass during which these intentions are remembered. 

4Less advertising

You will have greater comfort reading our content. Premium Members will only see ads from our partners, and avoid unwanted programmatic ads.

5Reply & comment

Communities exchange ideas and encourage one another. Aleteia Premium members will have the chance to ask each other questions, react to articles and build up communion by replying and commenting on articles.

Becoming an Aleteia Premium member is a way for you to help us. Do you like Aleteia? Do you think our mission in the digital world makes sense? Do you share our values? Help us out. 

Dear readers, we undertake all of these efforts for you. We hope they aid your spiritual life and bring you closer to the Church. Thank you for your continued loyalty.

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