Churchman's Ordo Kalendar - February 2009

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Click DATE for the Mass Propers and Devotional Articles
Click Liturgical designation of Sundays (e.g. "2 Trinity") for Video Meditation
Click "MP" for Morning Prayer Readings, "EP" for Evening Prayer Readings
Click HERE for Questions on the MP and EP readings
 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

MP + EP
Epiphany 4
(G)

1

MP + EP
Presentation
(W)

2

MP + EP
Blase
(R)

 3

MP + EP
Feria
(G)

4

MP + EP
Agatha
(R)

5

MP + EP
Titus
(W)

6

MP + EP
Feria
(G)

7

MP + EP
Septuagesima
(P)

8

MP + EP
Cyril
(W)

9

MP + EP
Scholastica
(W)

 10

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

11

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

12

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

13

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

14

MP + EP
Sexagesima
(P)

15

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

16

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

 17

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

18

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

19

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

20

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

21

MP + EP
Quinquagesima
(P)

22

MP + EP
Vigil
(P)

23

MP + EP
Matthias
(R)

 24

MP + EP
Ash Wednesday
(P)

25

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

26

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

27

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

28

 Throughout Lent: Weekdays are Fasts, and Abstinence is added on Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays. Feast Days are posted:
however, if merely "commemorated" the colour reverts back to the Lenten Purple. Sundays and Ash Wednesday are Days of Obligation
 Feasts/Observances replaced by other observances:
Ignatius ((R) Feb 1

 NOTES
1. Daily Office Readings for Fixed Holy Days are found in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer,
on pages xliv, xli, or in the BCP'S Table of Lessons (BCP, p. x - xl).
2. A "Ferial" day is a Kalendar weekday on which no feast is observed.
3. The liturgical colour of the day is indicated within the parenthesis
(i.e., "(R)" is Red, "(P)" is Purple,"(B)" is Black, "(W)" is White, "(G)" is Green)

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Ordo Kalendar - February 2009 (1928 BCP)

Churchman's Ordo Kalendar - February 2009

Ordo Kalendar Home Page + Last Month + Next Month

Click DATE for the Mass Propers and Devotional Articles
Click Liturgical designation of Sundays (e.g. "2 Trinity") for Video Meditation
Click "MP" for Morning Prayer Readings, "EP" for Evening Prayer Readings
Click HERE for Questions on the MP and EP readings
 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

MP + EP
Epiphany 4
(G)

1

MP + EP
Presentation
(W)

2

MP + EP
Blase
(R)

 3

MP + EP
Feria
(G)

4

MP + EP
Agatha
(R)

5

MP + EP
Titus
(W)

6

MP + EP
Feria
(G)

7

MP + EP
Septuagesima
(P)

8

MP + EP
Cyril
(W)

9

MP + EP
Scholastica
(W)

 10

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

11

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

12

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

13

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

14

MP + EP
Sexagesima
(P)

15

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

16

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

 17

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

18

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

19

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

20

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

21

MP + EP
Quinquagesima
(P)

22

MP + EP
Vigil
(P)

23

MP + EP
Matthias
(R)

 24

MP + EP
Ash Wednesday
(P)

25

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

26

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

27

MP + EP
Feria
(P)

28

 Throughout Lent: Weekdays are Fasts, and Abstinence is added on Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays. Feast Days are posted:
however, if merely "commemorated" the colour reverts back to the Lenten Purple. Sundays and Ash Wednesday are Days of Obligation
 Feasts/Observances replaced by other observances:
Ignatius ((R) Feb 1

 NOTES
1. Daily Office Readings for Fixed Holy Days are found in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer,
on pages xliv, xli, or in the BCP'S Table of Lessons (BCP, p. x - xl).
2. A "Ferial" day is a Kalendar weekday on which no feast is observed.
3. The liturgical colour of the day is indicated within the parenthesis
(i.e., "(R)" is Red, "(P)" is Purple,"(B)" is Black, "(W)" is White, "(G)" is Green)

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TELEPHONE: 1.928.282.7366
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