I talked with a group of students from Creighton University in Oklahoma last week at the Catholic Worker around the corner. They told me they were here for their Spring Break. That is, while a good number of college students were off caught up in frivilous revelry in sunny, southern Florida, these Jesuit students were here in overcast, 30 degree Cleveland, Ohio. They told me they were spending the week volunteering at several Soup Kitchens and at a drop-in center for the homeless because, well, that’s what their faith calls them to… I couldn’t help but think of a young couple we met during a campaign stop in North Carolina several years ago. They were engaged and were to be married soon. For their “honeymoon” they were going on a two week trip to Guatemala to do humanitarian outreach work. “We are concecrating our marriage with an act of service,” said Heather. Note: While traveling through southern Alabama in 2005, I saw a billboard that simply said: “That love thy neighbor thing? I meant that.” –God It seems these Creighton students and the young couple in North Carolina have figured out how to do this.