Believe it or not, it used to be against the code of canon law for Catholic laity to own vernacular translations of the missal. Traditionally this was frowned upon. During the pontificate of Leo XIII, this tenant was widely ignored. Then, along came Pius X, and suddenly what was frowned upon was positively encouraged. (Perhaps Pius X was sponsored by Desclee and Co, which, surprise! is a Belgium company. You know, Amsterdam, ancient seat of European Jewry...but I digress.) The missal is a distraction. The pewgoers are more worried about following the Mass than praying the Mass. The Missal gave rise to the "dialog mass". precursor to the Novus Ordo. (I can smell something burning- the tempers of a lot of "fifties fogies" who think that all the evils of liturgical anarchy date from Vat 2 and Good Pope John... but I digress.)
The Most Holy Rosary is your Mass, your Office, your Rule, and your Enclosure...
Your Mass, because the Rosary will take you to the Foot of the Cross, which is the Mass.
Your Office, because the 150 Hail Marys contain the wisdom of the 150 psalms. The Rosary is Our Lady's Psalter.
Your Rule, because, as all monks have a rule (the most famous being the Holy Rule of St Benedict, lots of wisdom there even for laymen, for all Christians are called to be "Monastic") and through the Rosary Our Lady will give you "signal graces", signals that will help keep your boat afloat in your particular place and circumstances.
Your enclosure, because the Rosary will you give you peace no matter where you reside on the stormy sea of this life.
Once upon a time, I was a Missal Catholic. Been there, done that. After a few months, I found the Missal to be a distraction. Missal Catholics are more worried about whether they are ahead or behind the priest than whether they are really prayerful. If you find yourself being buffeted by distractions, it is probably because you are too immersed in the world.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us, you are our only hope.