Who we are?
Aleteia (aleteia.org) is an online publication distributed in six languages (English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Polish and Slovenian).
The Aleteia site offers a Christian vision of the world by providing general and religious content that is free from ideological influences.
With more than 600,000 subscribers to our newsletter and more than 3.3 million fans on Facebook, Aleteia reaches more than 13 million unique visitors a month.
Since its launch in 2013, the initiative has been supported by the Foundation for Evangelization through the Media (FEM), which began in Rome in 2011. The Foundation was created to promote the Church’s presence in the media and is currently chaired by H.S.H Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein.
In July 2015, the Média-Participations Group became Aleteia’s industrial operator. Média-Participations is a European media group specializing in publishing (with more than 40 publishers), the printing industry (10 magazines), audiovisual production, and websites.
Since then, Aleteia has developed a new editorial strategy focused primarily on information and lifestyle.
Links with the Church
Created through the passion and professional expertise of lay Catholics, since its launch Aleteia has been accompanied by the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. In communion with the Church’s Magisterium, Aleteia is open to working with the dicasteries of the Holy See, and also collaborates with bishops conferences and religious orders, congregations and communities, some of which are directly involved in the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Evangelization through the Media (FEM).
President, General Director – Pierre-Marie Dumont (Paris)
General Secretary, Caroline de Plas (Paris)
Chief Financial Officer, Nicolas Chomarat (Paris)
Editors of the international editions
English: Father Peter Cameron
French: Eric de Legge
Slovenian: Urška Leskovšek
Polish: Konrad Sawicki
Portuguese: Alexandre Ribeiro
Spanish: Majo Frias
Aleteia has offices in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Valencia, Mexico, Sao Paulo, Warsaw, and Ljubljana.
Aleteia is a for-profit offshoot of the Foundation for Evangelization through the Media (FEM, a non-profit foundation). The initial capital was provided by private investors who adhere to the spiritual goals of the project.
Revenues derive principally from advertising income, premium subscriptions and e-commerce.