According to the poll, 25 percent of Evangelical Protestants read the Bible daily, as do 20 percent of other Protestants, while daily Bible-reading is done by only 7 percent of Catholics..........Far more disturbing was the poll result that showed that 44 percent of Catholics "rarely or never" read the Bible, while this is true of only 7 percent of Evangelicals and 13 percent of non-Evangelical Protestants.
You also stated: "You really think that only those in the NCW read the Bible and pray the Liturgy of the Hours? Wrong".
In the first place, I NEVER said that only those in the NCW read the Bible and pray the Liturgy of the Hours. I stated:
What struck me about the prayer vigil last night is the recitation of the evening prayer. This is not new to the Neocatechumenal Way. During our annual retreat, we recite the morning and evening prayers. During our monthly convivience, we always start with the morning prayer. For the older communities, we also pray the Liturgy of the Hours and have Sunday morning prayers.Nowhere in that statement above did I compare any Catholic organization to the NCW. I was simply speaking of what we do in the NCW. How you manage to twist that statement around to mean something that it is not is beyond me. And herein lies the problem.