The great African bishop, St. Augustine, once said: Have true love and do what you will. In this he is echoing St. Paul’s letter to the Romans: “The one who loves another has fulfilled the law.” The Ten Commandments, the six Precepts of the Church, the Code of Canon Law are all (very poor, at times) attempts to describe what loving one another looks like. We can look on the command to love as a challenge and a consolation. It challenges because it shows that we cannot be content with doing the minimum. Love by its very nature is expansive. It is a comfort in showing that God finds a way to bring salvation even to non-believers as long as they are people of love.