Exaggerate whatever the world neglects

October 5, 2018

Chesterton wrote that "The Saint is a medicine because he is an antidote. Indeed that is why the saint is often a martyr; he is mistaken for a poison because he is an antidote. He will generally be found restoring the world to sanity by exaggerating whatever the world neglects, which is by no means always the same in every age."

We can look to modern-day Saints, Mother Theresa and John Paul II, to see this in action with regards to what the world neglects today, in our age:

We are called to imitate the Saints, and to exaggerate what the world neglects with respect to human dignity and sexual morality, as St. Theresa and St. JPII did. Here are some ways to do that: