I personally wish the clergy would make a big push to bring back the Angelus devotion, which I would think would be helpful for the working laity to “sanctify the time” without having to follow the liturgy of the hours. And while we’re at it, other Catholic devotions like the Way of the Cross could be brought back. I know that the Rosary and Eucharistic Adoration are still practiced in many places, but encouraging them more often would be great too. We are creatures of flesh and blood, and we need the reminders of these frequent devotions to lift ourselves to higher thoughts. And it’s also perfectly in line with Vatican II, which encouraged the universal call to holiness after all.
Yeah, right. It was the same Pope, Paul VI, who closed the Second Vatican Council, who lifted the mandatory abstinence from meat on all Fridays.
Not one thing good came out of that council.
Every day after the Rosary and before Mass we say “The Angelus”
During Lent on Friday evenings we have the Stations of the Cross.
A lovely prayer that I try to say when it hits noon. Doesn't it also occur at 6 in the morning as well as 6 in the evening?
Relevant Radio continues to say it during the appropriate times of the day.