Well, not quite. But the reading from today’s Liturgy of the Hours (if you are celebrating the Virgin Martyr Catherine of Alexandria) seemed strangely apposite:
You must be as wise as serpents and innocent as doves… The Lord therefore counselled the disciples to be not simply wise or innocent; rather he joined the two qualities so that they become a genuine virtue… Cleverness is useless without innocence. Do not believe that this precept is beyond your power. More than anyone else, the Lord knows the true natures of created things; he knows that moderation, not a fierce defence, beats back a fierce attack.
I thought that was particularly resonant of the current circumstances; especially the last sentence!
(I have a real soft spot for the LOTH; unlike the older breviary, its structure is quite easily comprehensible even to me and it is actually “doable” for an ordinary person in his working day. In addition, I must say I find the selection of Scriptural and Patristic/Concilliar citations for the Office of Readings much fuller and of better quality than some of those in the older form.)