As Sister Christina says (albeit in Italian), "I have a gift and I want to share that gift." How about us too? Be pure and beautiful and share generously. Others will see God.
Here is some good commentary from Elizabeth Scalia's blog-site:
When J-Ax finally speaks to Cristina, he tells her, “If I had met you during the Mass when I was a child, now I would be Pope. I would surely have attended all of the functions [awkward YouTube translator].” This is an incredible statement. If he had encountered her energy, her capacity for joy and faith in his youth, he would have gone all the way. He doesn’t say he would have wanted to date her or something. He says he would have been inspired to follow her, and that such a path would have led him to the top of the Church. He would have attended all of the “functions”—the Masses, funerals, baptisms, confirmations, weddings, ordinations, canonizations, papal elections, feast day parties, Theology on Tap nights, Brideshead Revisited marathons, vespers, holy hours—the “functions” that so many of us attend and take for granted every day.
Her reply is absolutely perfect in its clarity and simplicity: “Well you have met me now.” . . . [a similar encounter with grace launched] my reversion. How awesome it is to watch it happen to another soul through another means. . .Behold the transformation: Unselfconsciously, J-Ax smiles, cries, giggles, cries some more, wipes his eyes with his arms, curls up in his chair as if he wants to hide himself so she won’t see how ridiculous he looks. It’s like Adam covering his nakedness before God. While she is deliberating over which coach to join, you can see in his eyes the “Pick me! Pick me!” of every kid who ever wanted to play kickball. And when she does choose him—for he chose her first based on her voice alone—he leaps out of his chair, scoops her up in his arms, and spins her around to the sound of hundreds of cheering fans. What a moment.