Sanctity (or holiness) is often seen as being reserved for the chosen few or the famous saints. However, Father Kentenich encouraged us to be "Everyday saints." The everyday saint tries to seek and find God in daily life, not just keeping Sunday as a holy day but by sanctifying the whole week. Everyday sanctity may be defined as a divinely willed harmony between a whole-hearted attachment to God, to work, and to our fellowmen in every circumstance of life. We can practice everyday holiness by undertaking the ordinary tasks of the day in an extraordinary way or fulfilling the duties of your state in life as perfectly as possible and out of love for God.