Vatican website translation: 94. That the day may be truly sanctified, and that the hours themselves may be recited with spiritual advantage, it is best that each of them be prayed at a time which most closely corresponds with its true canonical time.
Latin text: 94. Praestat, sive ad diem revera sanctificandum, sive ad ipsas Horas cum fructu spirituali recitandas, ut in Horarum absolutione tempus servetur, quod proxime accedat ad tempus verum uniuscuiusque Horae canonicae.
Slavishly literal translation: 94. Let it be preferable, whether toward the true sanctifying of the day, or toward the reciting of the Hours themselves with spiritual fruit[fulness], that the time be observed in fulfilling the Hours that corresponds most closely to the true time of each canonical Hour.
Recalling SC articles 84 and 88-89, article 94 upholds the “truth of the Hours,” whose celebration should be intimately connected to the sanctification of particular times of day. We have already noted an earlier practice among some active priests who would read all of the hours for a given day toward midnight of that day and immediately follow it by reciting all the hours for the next day immediately after midnight so as “take care” of their obligation to pray the Liturgy of the Hours, an obvious, if understandable, abuse. Pray Tell readers might wish to discuss how the obligation to pray the Liturgy of the Hours falls differently upon monastic communities bound to choral recitation of the Office (but whose individual members may be dispensed for a good reason), active religious communities (especially those not bound to communal recitation of the Office), active priests and deacons, and the lay faithful.