It is every Christian’s task to strengthen his/her relationship with God and other men, to obey the Gospel and to reconcile the teachings of the Church with the demands of the external world. These tasks require hard work, and they can be a mission in our daily social activities. This is the essence of the spiritual life of Christians living in the contemporary world. Human values and conscience are shaped by the family, and families that fully meet an individual’s demand for love and compassion saw the seeds of a civilization of love. Pope Francis calls for a global “ecological conversion” by acknowledging that ecological spirituality stems from our faith. The teachings of the Bible influence our thoughts, feelings and actions. Our efforts to protect the environment should be based on more than just formal doctrine. They require a certain degree of mysticism that motivates people to take individual action and participate in community work. “Ecological conversion” is the next step in our relationship with Christ that sheds a new light on the surrounding world.