You know, on actually reading those Psalms, I find myself not liking them; Injust vigorously defended the Orthodox hymn Rejoice, O Bride Unwedded in another thread, but these Roman Catholic devotions strike me as going too far. Specifically, I feel like duplicating the form of each individual Psalm, the way it was done, without clarifying the specific nature of the Theotokos and why she and other saints are able to intercede for us, comes across as Mariolatry. I really do not like to read prayers customarily addressed to God rewritten to address the Theotokos; it comes across as neo-Collyridianism, and the Roman Catholic church does have an element that tends to cross far beyond the pale of hyperdoulia and into the unacceptable realm of latria in regards to the Virgin Mary, for example, the Ida Peerdeman / Fifth Dogma set who want her declared co-redemptrix, or the Medjugorje crowd. St. Mary is not a part of the Godhead; she is clearly deified through theosis like everyone who is saved, and is the most deified of the church triumphant, but she would not want, and is not entitled, to worship. Only the Holy Trinity is deserving of latria; the worship of anything else is idolatry or polytheism.
So that was a huge disappointment for me, because I believe that one could compose a set of Marian devotiona that correspond to the Psalms, but the specific way this Roman Catholic work was written just seems very wrong to me.