Most liturgists know the scrutiny gospels of cycle A can be used on the third, fourth, and fifth Sundays of Lent in non-A years. They can also be utilized for a weekday Mass. Did you know that?
Sit in the purple chair and render judgment. Are these gospels important enough for the Lenten journey that you would utilize this option for a daily Mass? Is it worth an encounter with the Samaritan woman, the man born blind and Lazarus, even for a fraction of the faith community? Is there any benefit to doing this for an intentional community, especially a monastery or convent? Or are they just too much of a bother?