Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:
"My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?"
The Gospels (and the liturgy) repeatedly bring up the need to accompany Jesus on his "Via Dolorosa."
The Psalm for this Sunday highlights a person in pain, crying out to God for mercy.
If you ever thought of reading the Bible, now is your chance!
If you are unsure about the future, meditate on these Bible verses.
Psalm 91 affirms that God can protect us and keep us safe from harm.
We must ask God for the humility not to command, but to surrender.
In light of the necessary measures enacted by public officials to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Dominican Friars offer this new meditation on the readings from the Sunday Liturgy.
The Bible is full of prayers crying out to God for protection against plagues.
While often seen as a biblical villain, Herod Antipas seemed a better ruler than his father.