In 2003, I asked two very bright, advanced religion classes when I was teaching Great Catholic Thinkers, and another class, History of Ideas, how many students would either die for the Faith, that is, be martyrs, or, become Crusaders against heathen invaders. Out of one class, one boy said he would, if he had to do so, and out of the other class, two said they would. One young man is now a lawyer, which is a good way of defending truth and religious freedom in the States.
I tried to do my best. Complacency brings evil. See earlier post today.