Saint of the Day

St. Bruno (1030-1101)
Highly educated, Bruno taught theology. One of his students later became Pope Urban II. He routinely challenged the worldliness of other clergy. Following a vision he received, he retired to a mountain where he founded the first house of the Carthusian Order. While there he wrote a number of scriptural commentaries.

Reflections from the Saints

By your work you show what you love and what you know. When you observe true obedience with prudence and enthusiasm, it is clear that you wisely pick the most delightful and nourishing fruit of divine Scripture.
– St. Bruno
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2436

It is unjust not to pay the social security contributions required by legitimate authority. Unemployment almost always wounds its victim's dignity and threatens the equilibrium of his life. Besides the harm done to him personally, it entails many risks for his family.