The French saint, John Eudes, was the founder of two religious communities, promoter of devotion to the Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart, a missionary and a priest. One quote of his always strikes me:
"Our wish, our object, our chief preoccupation must be to form Jesus in ourselves, to make his spirit, his devotion, his affections, his desires and his disposition live and reign there. All our religious exercises should be directed to this end. It is the work which God has given us to do unceasingly" (St. John Eudes, The Life and Reign of Jesus in Christian Souls).
How do we do this, not as a wonderful theory but concretely? How do we do this day in and day out? And if we don't why not? Shouldn't all of our life reflect God with us? Not just as a pious Church devotion but in our work, in our play and in our rest. If as we profess all things are possible with God-why not this?