Receba o boletim diário da Aleteia gratuitamente no seu email.

73 Years ago today…D-Day

Peter Carroll | AP

Madame Alanche Chapelle, and her daughter, Helene Chapelle kneeling in the war cemetery behind the invasion beaches in France on June 6, 1945, to pray for the Allied soldiers who died on the invasion beaches. One year after the final invasion that turned the course of World War II.

Photograph by Peter Carroll for the Associated Press (1945)


My shoulders ache beneath my pack;
(Lie easier, Cross, upon His back.)
I march with feet that burn and smart
(Tread, Holy Feet, upon my heart.)
Men shout at me that may not speak;
(They scourged Thy back and smote Thy cheek.)
I may not lift a hand to clear
My eyes of salty drops that sear.
(Then shall my guilty soul forget
Thy agony of Bloody Sweat?)
Lord, Thou didst suffer more for me
Than all the hosts of land and sea.
So let me render back again
This millionth of Thy gift. Amen.

Aleteia Imagem
The Divine Mercy
Aleteia Imagem
Our Lady in China
Aleteia Imagem
Padre Pio
Aleteia Imagem
Fatima at 90 years
Aleteia Imagem
Via Dolorosa
Aleteia Imagem
“Buona sera”
Aleteia Imagem
Safe and loved
Aleteia Imagem
Lent begins
Aleteia Imagem
Get your ashes!
Agências de Notícias
Holy Hour in Calcutta
Aleteia Imagem
Happy Zoo Year!
Aleteia Imagem
Swaddled in snow