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Culture

Seeing the Raising of Lazarus through Rembrandt’s own eyes

A Meditation on the Gospel of the 5th Sunday of Lent.

Living Lent from Home: Listen to Charpentier’s Meditations on Lent

Marc-Antoine Charpentier was one of the most prolific, versatile, and inspiring French composers of the Baroque.

Cultural heritage of Syria and Iraq come alive in VR exhibit in Washington

Palmyra and other sites reconstructed for Smithsonian visitors in virtual walk-through.

Hear Christopher Tolkien, son of J.R.R. Tolkien, reading his father’s works.

He also drew the original maps for 'The Lord of the Rings'!

Flannery O’Connor’s 4 lessons for being your best self

Some pearls of wisdom from the renowned American author.

Aleteia is now on Spotify! Here’s our Contemporary Sacred Music playlist

Featuring works from Sean O’Riada, Arvo Pärt, Domenico Bartolucci, and others.

“To Hope! A Celebration”: Listen to Dave Brubeck’s jazz Mass

Brubeck became a Catholic in 1980, shortly after completing this Mass, which had been commissioned by Ed Murray, editor of the national Catholic weekly Our Sunday Visitor.

3 Greek words every Christian should know

If you’ve been to Mass or Sunday school, these are probably not Greek to you.

New list of UNESCO “intangible” cultural practices include Catholic traditions

Dances in honor of the Christ Child, Holy Week processions and a forgiveness ceremony inspired by a pope are some of the newly recognized practices.

Bishop Barron on ‘The Crown’ and the primacy of grace

The plot line with Prince Philip has a lot to teach us about Pelagianism and grace.

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