Saint of the Day

St. Bertilla Boscardin (1888-1922)
Born to a poor peasant family, Bertilla was simple and innocent, had little education, and was mentally slow. When she was sixteen, she joined a religious order, and after working in the convent's kitchen and laundry, she trained as a nurse. She cared for wounded Italian soldiers during World War I, and later became the supervisor of a children's ward.

Reflections from the Saints

He who fights even the smallest distractions faithfully when he says even the very smallest prayer, will also be faithful in great things.
– St. Louis de Montfort
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2463

THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.