A new compound Th0.9Ce0.1SiO4, iso-typic to zircon, was prepared by heating predried ThO2, CeO2, and SiO2 (in the mole ratio 0.9:0.10:1.0) by a two-step heating protocol. The polycrystalline sample obtained was characterized by Rietveld refinement of the observed neutron diffraction data with the starting model of tetragonal ThSiO4. It has a body centered tetragonal structure with space group I41∕amd and four formula units per unit cell. The unit-cell parameters are a=7.1238(4) Å and c=6.3186(95) Å. The RP, Rwp, and Re factors are 7.77%, 10.9%, and 4.85%, respectively. The incorporation of about 10 mol % cerium was used to stabilize the tetragonal modification of ThSiO4.