The Liturgical Season of Ordinary Time counts the time between Christmas Season and Lent, and between Easter Season and Advent. Ordinary Time readings, liturgy and prayer can be a rich time to reflect upon our relationship with God, our relationships with each other and to grow in depth on many levels. Creighton University Online Ministries has a huge variety of helpful resources for prayer in Ordinary Time. Examples are: "Praying in Times of Crisis", "Finding Our Way Back Home:Getting Un-Stuck in our Prayer Life", "Praying in Ordinary Time Before Lent", "Ordinary Time Symbols in our Home", "A Matter of the Heart: Prayer as Relationship" and many more.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, gives his reflections on Advent in this video: "It is a time of expectation and a time of hope. A time, therefore, also of quiet".