St. Luke in the Acts of the Apostles has an idealized memory of the earliest Christians. The community of believers was of one heart and mind, and … they had everything in common. Apparently this form of “Christian communism” had already died out by Luke’s time and does not seem possible in our own. What is possible is the sense of support and care that made it possible for the community to be “of one heart and mind.” In our world we imagine that we have to take care of ourselves and our family; no one else is going to do it for us. Let us become a community which is attentive to what others are going through and reach out a hand of mutual support.