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 to our Newsletter

Get Aleteia delivered to your inbox. Subscribe here

Sunday Readings

Why we celebrate Christ’s baptism close to the Epiphany

Hope is the virtue that takes us from Christmas into Ordinary Time in these January days.

The Magi had the star, but we have a sign that’s just as bright

In the ancient world, an epiphaneia was a visible manifestation of a god or the solemn visit of a secular ruler to the cities of his realm.

What part do I play in both the peace and the disturbance of my home?

Christmas is a season when we come together with those whom we love to celebrate love.

Why true obedience is anything but distasteful

The obedience of Jesus perfectly reflected the religious atmosphere of the family whose head was Joseph.

How to turn holiday frolicking into real rejoicing

"A cheery outlook is not necessarily a Christian virtue."

If Advent isn’t about hoping “for,” then what is it?

I realized that I was making a mistake in my Advent-ing.

“What are you waiting for?”: Reflecting on the Sunday Gospel

The Church is reminding us that there is much more to Advent than just anticipating the birthday of Jesus.

What are you doing while you wait for Christ’s return?

We live in a "time between" the comings of Jesus, who, Scripture tells us, could come at any moment.

Jesus’ warning about hypocrisy

Sunday's Gospel is an invitation to practice what we preach.

Jesus summed up the 10 Commandments with these two statements

Not only did he ace the Pharisees' test, he started his own "School of Love."