I understand the purpose of wearing a headcovering to be an outward display of the submission and obedience one feels in their heart. It has to do with modesty in the physical presence of the Blessed Sacrament and developing a closer relationship with God.
So please explain why a woman only wears her headscarf in Mass and Adoration, and maybe in private prayer? Why not all the time?
After all, don’t people want to constantly be aware of their humility, and be a sign to everyone of submission and obedience? Even when we are not in the same room or building as the Eucharist, Christ is still aware of what we are doing. Didn’t Mary wear a headscarf all the time? If it makes someone able to be more prayerful when they wear it, why would they ever take it off?