. . . "This feast is the commitment to life made incarnate. It is the call to see God everywhere, and especially in those places we would not expect to find glory or grace. It is also an obligation to see that everything leads us directly to God, to realize that there is no one, nothing on earth, that is not the way to God for us. The moment we can really look to everyone and everything as a revelation of God, is the time when war, prejudice, and hunger would disappear. Everything would be gift, everyone would be sacred.". . .