Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:
St. John of the Cross gives a few helpful tips on how to handle being alone.
You can begin each day of Holy Week with this reflection, keeping your days focused on God.
Painted in 1497, it is held in the Monastery-Museum of Saint Cyril on the White Lake, in northern Russia.
When feeling oppressed by anxiety, one of the best things to do is unite it to Jesus' suffering on Mt. Calvary.
One of the most simplest and most peaceful types of prayer is contemplation.
Don't forget to ask God to heal your soul and bring peace back into your life.
Hermits make sure to add variety to their daily schedule, even though they never leave their homes.
Both saints and biblical characters distanced themselves from others to better hear the voice of God.
The solitary hermit, St. John Climacus, stressed the need to foster hope in order to persevere through any suffering.
"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