Years ago I led the singing at La Purisima Church. The priest told me to change the lyrics to a popular song. “Let you light shine before men that they may see the good that you do.” He complained, the focus should be on God not what we do. I objected, the song writer didn’t give us this lyric, Jesus did in Matthew’s Gospel: “Your light must shine before others, that they may see your good deeds.” What the priest failed to acknowledge is that people are watching what we as Church do, to see if our deeds match our expressed ideals. A consistent critique you hear from non-believers is — the Church is full of hypocrites. By our actions we show what God can do.