In God's name let us resolve from this moment to become saints--nothing less will do; and let us remember that to become saints we must do the will of God. Talking and wishing and beginning will not be sufficient. ... Our sanctity is doing our ordinary duties and living our ordinary life perfectly. ... The saints did just the same things we do. They ate and drank and slept and took recreation; some of them never undertook any extraordinary actions; yet they were saints.
(There's a resonance with Dorothy Day here, don't you think?)