"Anytime we love others with the extravagant, unconditional love, that mirrors God’s love, we are putting another stitch in the seamless garment of life, and bolstering the fabric of human dignity. We do this simply by showing others how important they are and how precious their life is. Loving others is one of the most important aspects of truly respecting life – one that we all manage to neglect quite often" http://catholiclane.com/adding-a-stitch-in-the-seamless-garment-of-life/
Check out the homilies of Fr. Noah Waldman, associate pastor at St. Joseph, Cottleville, MO. Very thoughtful, very meaty, addressing both mind and spirit. Fr. Waldman is a convert to the Catholic faith, and in charge of RCIA at his parish. In his homily on why we are Catholic-- where he related why he became Catholic-- he challenged his congregation: "when anyone asks you why you're Catholic, what will your answer be?" He got a round of applause.