Aleteia

Virtue

St. Thérèse of Lisieux’s trick for patiently dealing with annoying people

It's almost impossible to avoid other people's frustrating actions, but these moments can help us grow in holiness.

9 Reasons to fight against laziness

It's such an easy vice to fall into, but here's why it's important to guard zealously against sloth.

The forgotten virtue of eutrapelia

You've probably never heard of it, but it's about to become your new favorite virtue!

80-year-old honored as an Eagle Scout after decades of waiting

The occasion led to an inspiring challenge for much younger scouts.

The young artist and athlete who continues to inspire even after his death

Isaac Scharbach's faith, virtue, and talent were already apparent, but the extent of it all is becoming more widely known.

Now there’s an online class to teach Catholic politicians to lead according to their faith

The course offers the lives of Thomas More, John Paul II, and Dag Hammarskjöld as models of Christian leadership.

12 Quotes from literary greats to help us embrace sorrow

As we acknowledge Mary's suffering, these quotes speak to the deep sorrow that can affect us all.

How to give to others without losing yourself

The most generous people are the most susceptible to burn-out. How can we help without going overboard?

How to stop judging others so much

These techniques can help.

A few simple things you can do to resist the lure of money

How can we build a life based on what Jesus commands us?