Saint of the Day

Pope St. Anastasius I (4th century)
Anastasius, a friend of St. Augustine, St. Jerome, and St. Paulinus, was known for his condemnation of the heretical writings of Origen. He convened a synod to condemn his works. He also fought the heresy of Donatism.

Reflections from the Saints

Occupy your minds with good thoughts, or the enemy will fill them with bad ones. Unoccupied, they cannot be.
– St. Thomas More
Get started with the first Customizable Catholic News Portal & Homepage.

Life in Christ: Catechism #2537

It is not a violation of the tenth commandment to desire to obtain things that belong to one's neighbor, provided this is done by just means. Traditional catechesis realistically mentions "those who have a harder struggle against their criminal desires" and so who "must be urged the more to keep this commandment".