… is made very beautiful  by the  liturgical splendour with which it is celebrated.

Here is a sample – a verse from the hymn at  ad  Laudes.

Solis, o Virgo, rádiis amícta,
Bis caput senis redimíta stellis,
Luna cui præbet pédibus scabéllum
Inclita fulges.

Solis, o Virgo, rádiis amícta,
Bis caput senis redimíta stellis,
Luna cui præbet pédibus scabéllum
Inclita fulges.

It is also worthy of note that in five of the Hours of the  Divine Office,  the Little Chapters are taken from the Book of Judith, reminding us to go to Our Lady with confidence  for she is  a powerful  protector against the forces of  darkness.

Happy Feastday, everyone!