Saturday, February 20, 2010

The Rose Maniple Ordo

From here on in I will be featuring my monthly in-house kalendar for your perusal. This will take us to Easter Day.

February 2010
21 - LENT I (purple or grey; off-white paraments)
22 - Lenten feria
23 - Lenten feria, comm. St Polycarp of Smyrna
24 - Ember Wednesday in Lent, comm. Philip Tsen and Paul Sasaki (purple) (proper p. 395)
25 - Lenten feria
26 - Ember Friday in Lent, comm. Florence Li-Tim Oi (purple) (proper p. 395)
27 - Ember Saturday in Lent (purple), comm. George Herbert (pericopes of the feria) (proper p. 395)
28 - LENT II (purple or grey)

March 2010
1 - St David of Wales (white)
2 - St Chad of Mercia (white)
3 - John and Charles Wesley (white)
4 - Lenten feria (purple or grey)
5 - Lenten feria
6 - Our Lady in Lent (white and blue) (pericopes of the feria)
7 - LENT III, comm. St Perpetua (purple or grey)
8 - Edward King (white)
9 - St Gregory of Nyssa (white)
10 - Robert Machray (white)
11 - Lenten Feria
12 - Lenten Feria
13 - Our Lady in Lent (pericopes of the feria)
14 - LENT IV (rose) (flowers are permitted on the altar and the organ may be played as a solo instrument; the Litany in Procession is omitted)
15 - Lenten feria
16 - Lenten feria
17 - St Patrick (white or red) (fasting relaxed in some jurisdictions)
18 - Lenten Feria, comm. St Cyril of Jerusalem
19 - St Joseph (white) (proper p. 402)
20 - Our Lady in Lent, comm. St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne (white and blue) (pericopes of the feria)
21 - PASSION SUNDAY, comm. Thomas Cranmer (crimson)
22 - Lenten feria, comm. Thomas Ken
23 - Lenten feria, comm. St Gregory the Illuminator
24 - in the Octave of St Joseph (white), I Evensong of the Annunciation
25 - THE ANNUNCIATION TO THE BVM (white) (not a fast day) (proper p. 403)
26 - Compassion of the BVM (purple or grey), comm. of the Octave
27 - Lenten feria, comm. Charles Henry Brent
28 - PALM SUNDAY (crimson or purple)
29 - Monday in Holy Week (crimson) (proper p. 301)
30 - Tuesday in Holy Week (Chrism Mass in the Diocese of Toronto) (crimson) (proper p. 302)
31 - Wednesday in Holy Week (crimson) (proper p. 303) Tenebrae

April 2010
1 - Maundy Thursday (crimson) (proper p. 304)
2 - Good Friday (black) (proper p. 308)
3 - Great Vigil and First Mass of Easter (purple, best) (proper p. 322)
4 - EASTER DAY, OR PASCH: the Resurrection of Our Saviour Jesus Christ according to the flesh, comm. Reginald Heber (best) (proper p. 355 [day], Sacramentary [dawn])

4 comments:

BillyD said...

I didn't know beige was a liturgical color.

Geoff said...

I'm using it as shorthand for unbleached fair cloth.

BillyD said...

That makes sense. It's better than "ecru" or "eggshell." :-)

Geoff said...

I've redacted this now.