How do you figure Catholics have "heard the whole Bible after only 3 years"?
The Epistles and Gospels are the same every year.
Obviously the "daily Mass" she speaks of is the Novus Ordo...
The 3 year cycle gives it away.
But taking this thread above the personal, going to concepts and the big picture, I would say that far too many Catholics don't know their Scripture.
Just because Scripture isn't ALL we have (like the Protestants) doesn't mean we should under-value or ignore it. Likewise, just because a good Traditional Catholic will have a lot more than "smells & bells" doesn't mean we should despise or under-value the aesthetic elements surrounding the Mass.
There are Catholics for whom smells and bells is ALL they have (e.g., they compromise with the world, don't know their Faith, don't oppose modern errors including feminism, liberalism, modernism, communism, freemasonry, judaism, etc.) and they should be criticized for that.
But a good Catholic will value Tradition, Scripture, the dogmas of the Faith, traditional devotional practices, approved apparitions, Gregorian chant, beautiful statuary and art, have some appreciation for a beautiful Church and altar, incense, High Mass, etc.
It's all part of the Catholic package. We're not iconoclasts (image-breakers) or protestant Quakers.