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Orchestrated chant may be the most comforting praise music

Treat yourself to six-and-a-half minutes of pure audible bliss!

A hymn to Mary for Mother’s Day

Aleteia wishes to extend our well wishes to Mary, along with all mothers.

“Abide With Me,” a hymn of enduring beauty and comfort

Throughout history, people have sung the song when faced with sorrow.

Treat your ears to the resonant beauty of “Attende Domine”

This 10th-century text is perfect for Lenten meditation.

Hear Psalm 104 played on ancient instruments and sung in Hebrew

Yamma Ensemble creates the most authentic early Jewish music available.

Listen to Aleteia’s favorite Christmas songs

A few of the classics alongside some hidden gems.

Hymn of the week: “Nova Nova Ave Fit Ex Eva”

A hymn for the second Sunday of Advent.

Hymn of the week: “Ad te levavi”

Gregorian chant for the first week of Advent.

Hymn of the week: “Thanks Be to You, O God”

A hymn for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Hymn of the week: “Eternal Father, Strong to Save”

A hymn for the 31st Week in Ordinary Time.

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