I agree with your post overall, but... Paraclesis? I've never heard of that before. And I've been a Traditional Catholic my whole (relatively long) life.
Maybe that's because I was born in the Midwest, USA which is solidly ROMAN RITE territory. And the latter is true for 99% of CathInfo's population. We are mostly Americans, western Europeans, Irish, Australians, etc. All of these countries are solidly Roman Rite.
You can't just throw that out there, expecting that all of us know what that is. This isn't an Eastern European or Middle Eastern Catholic message board.
My late Irish aunt, who was a very devout Roman Catholic, discovered our French-Lebanese roots and started attending Eastern Catholic parishes. She introduced me to their very holy priest, and the rest was history.
The Lebanese sailed up the coast of Europe and settled in Normandie and in Ireland. The ancestors of Saint Thomas More who is also my ancestor came to Britain during the French occupation. If you look at his pictures, you can see the strong Lebanese traits in St. Thomas More with his dark black hair and fair complexion.
Paracleisis (I originally misspelled it) is the Supplicatory Canon to the Most Holy Virgin Mary. It is usually prayed on Wednesday or Friday nights and in some parishes is sung almost every week as it is so sweet. It takes about an hour to sing this canon and during this time, it is like a bit of heaven.
I used to belong to one of the Middle Eastern Catholic message boards, but their mods were solidly pro-Francis, ecumenists, and anti-traditional, so I left. I will not mention that board's name as I do not wish to advertise for them.