Get Aleteia delivered to your inbox. Subscribe here
The world and your Catholic life, all in one place.
Subscribe to Aleteia's free newsletter!

Not Prepared to Donate?

Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:

  1. Pray for our team and the success of our mission
  2. Talk about Aleteia in your parish
  3. Share Aleteia content with friends and family
  4. Turn off your ad blockers when you visit
  5. Subscribe to our free newsletter and read us daily
Thank you!
Team Aleteia

Subscribe

Aleteia

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Want to make a pilgrimage to the Basilica of Guadalupe? Here’s what you need to know

Millions of people visit the Mexico's Basilica of Guadalupe on December 12 each year.   

Our Lady of Guadalupe accepts digital prayers

Now you can make a pilgrim's prayer at the Basilica of Guadalupe from the comfort of your home.

The hidden symbolism of Our Lady of Guadalupe’s image

The famous image is steeped in spiritual symbols.

Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. John Paul the Great

Photo of the Day: December 12, 2017

Witnessing for life in New York City

Photo of the Day: November 5, 2017

Archbishop Gomez: “Return to Guadalupe” to save America

Los Angeles archbishop outlines 5 strategies for reinvigorating the American church by aligning our lives with the lessons of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Is “Guadalupe” a Mexican name?

The origins of the name of La Morenita are still relatively controversial.

Pope Francis: “Like Juan Diego, we know that here is our Mother”

The Pope’s homily on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

“Txichochi Conetzintle,” Beautifully sung for our Lady of Guadalupe

17th-century motet in Nahuatl language was sung this evening at St. Peter's Basilica

Pope Francis to celebrate Mass of Our Lady of Guadalupe in St. Peter’s Basilica

The Holy Father, who professes a devotion to the Virgin of Guadalupe, decided to continue a tradition started by Pope Benedict XVI

1 2 3 4
Readers like you contribute to Aleteia's Mission.

Since our inception in 2012, Aleteia’s readership has grown rapidly worldwide. Our team is committed to a mission of providing articles that enrich, inspire and inform a Catholic life. That's why we want our articles to be freely accessible to everyone, but we need your help to do that. Quality journalism has a cost (more than selling ads on Aleteia can cover). That's why readers like you make a major difference by donating as little as $3 a month.