The Angelus at noon and at six in the evening.
The Divine Mercy prayer at three in the afternoon.
We also have our morning and evening prayers, and prayers before and after meals.
There is a whole lot more.
As Catholics, we have prayers throughout the day.
This reminds me of the what St. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians:
Pray without ceasing. — 1 Thessalonians 5:17
A few days ago, I also pondered why we have so many prayers round the clock.
I realized that maybe it is God’s way of telling us to make our lives revolve around prayer, and not our prayers revolve around our lives.
To place God at the center of our days through prayer, and not just give Him whatever time is left of our days.
To make God our priority.