From my limited understanding of Catholic theology, the theological virtues (pistis, elpis, agape) apply to God and God's promises. That is, pistis is belief in the correctness of divine revelation, elpis is the hope of eternal life, and agape is love for God. The standard English translation (faith, hope, and love/charity) gives a somewhat broader impression, however. Are these virtues interpreted as applying to somewhat wordly things, as well? Are they virtues in their common meanings?
Does pistis include faith in other human beings in the colloquial sense (not exclusive of faith in God) ?
Does elpis include hope that God will save one from worldly temptation? From depression or disease? Hope that one will be physically saved from danger? Hope that one will be saved by "accident" or by other people (possibly interpreted as ultimately attributable to God)?
Does agape include a general love of humans for humanity? Charitable giving?