Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:
Note what kind of riches it is that God loves. Note what wealth he demands that we should store up for children.
Our liturgy providentially invites us to reflect on marriage and family, as the bishops in Rome confront the issues facing youth and vocations.
Jesus had to orient his followers just as he's trying to orient us today
And when you've found him, receive him as Our Lord: The message we'll hear this Sunday.
We're part of a Church with vocations to martyrdom ...
Christ performed miracles, not magic, and they pointed to even greater realities.
This Sunday, Jesus gets at the heart of what detailed traditions are supposed to be for.
Jesus is not content with superficial and formal belonging. A first and enthusiastic adherence is not enough for him.
Let us live in the certainty that the Lord will fulfill what he has promised us
This Sunday's Gospel shows us what happens when we're unwilling to go beyond what we think we know.