Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:
"When we cannot go to the church, let us turn towards the tabernacle; no wall can shut us out from the good God." - St. John Vianney
When you are stuck at home and unable to visit a Catholic church, there are still opportunities to gaze at Jesus.
Praying the daily Rosary, united with others online, is one way to feel "community" during quarantine.
For his homily on this feast of the day the Word was made Flesh, Francis offers us the Gospel itself: We are before the Mystery.
The date of the the Annunciation was determined after establishing the day of Jesus' death.
This prayer unites you with God and all the Masses said throughout the world.
Without access to the Eucharist, families can honor the Sabbath by reciting the readings normally scheduled for Mass.
Pope Benedict XVI urged families everywhere to "enroll" in the school of Nazareth to find lasting peace.
In the first few centuries Christians were not allowed to celebrate their faith publicly and were forced to "keep holy the Sabbath" at home.
Christians added "pray for us now and at the hour of our death" in the midst of the Black Plague.