It is important to reflect on what makes a church, a church of the poor. There are, in my opinion, various elements. The most important is Spirituality. With the capital S. Without it, the move to become a church of the poor would be reduced to mere activism and ideology. A Marxist labeling would not be considered unfair. That is why a way of life that is grounded, centered and leading to Christ is important and must be driven home to the members of the community, from the priest, to the religious, lay volunteers and the newly baptized. This invitation to an intimate and loving relationship with Christ crucified must be the core of the kerygma of the Church. Because of this, the foundation of the community will be strong, no matter how strong the quakes, storms or waves that will come its way.