"Heart, Give Me Thy Son: A Story of Vocation" inspires on many levels. It features parents who get married young and after only knowing each other a short while, who want to raise their children differently than they were raised and who consequently create their own Catholic culture within their family, with great emphasis on celebrating feast days in particular and avoiding the secular culture in general.
What happens when a country of families like the one in the story above live a Catholic culture together and celebrate the Liturgical year together? Then you create a social milieu of leisure, as opposed to the one of work. Then you have Christendom as explored in "Holy Days, Holidays and the Weekend."