I recently wrote about Eunice Shriver, a woman of capacity and courage, over at dare to dream.
Having read an excerpt from Cardinal O'Malley's tribute, I am further intrigued. He writes:
"Her Catholic faith and education was a very important part of what motivated her and helped her to interpret reality...She reminds me very much of Jean Vanier who founded the L'Arche movement in Canada. That movement was born out of the Church's teachings on the dignity of every human person as a treasure made in the image and likeness of God and of our obligation to care for each other and to recognize the gift in each person."
Who do you know that is Muslim, Catholic, Jewish, Protestant -- whose faith motivates them, helps them to interpret reality -- to do good?
What kinds of wonderful conversations might we have with our faith in God and desire to do good as a starting point?