There’s a beautiful story I love to share when I teach:  Some of the great minds of Rabbinic Judaism once considered the question, who is a better Jew?  The Jewish atheist who gives his time and shares what little he has with the less fortunate or the ritually pious Jew who comes to the synagogue three times a day and is meticulous in his observance of Jewish ritual practices while being seemingly indifferent to the plight of others?  The rabbi unanimously agree, the atheist was a better Jew.   Pope Francis makes the same point with his unconditional love and beautiful words.