Saint of the Day

St. Wenceslaus (907-929)
Wenceslaus was made king of Bohemia when his father was killed during a pagan backlash against Christianity. While king, he took a vow of virginity and was known for his virtues. Many stone churches were built during his reign. For religious and political reasons, he was murdered by his brother and hacked into pieces.

Reflections from the Saints

God does not ask of us the perfection of tomorrow, nor even of tonight, but only of the present moment.
– St. Madeline Sophie Barat
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2429

Everyone has the right of economic initiative; everyone should make legitimate use of his talents to contribute to the abundance that will benefit all and to harvest the just fruits of his labor. He should seek to observe regulations issued by legitimate authority for the sake of the common good.