almanac

Common Worship Almanacs for 2010–11
for desktop calendars, smartphones and PDAs

Liturgical Calendar and Lectionary files for Apple, Google, Outlook, iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows
and other calendar software

Download a complete calendar and lectionary ‘almanac’ for the liturgical year beginning on Advent Sunday 2010, and ending on the eve of Advent Sunday 2011.

This almanac is available in a number of formats for Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, Palm Datebook, and for other vCalendar-compatible calendar applications.

To preview the data that is available, use the ‘web page’ option below. For further information and instructions on each version, click on the appropriate sub-heading in the Instructions section.

Select which lectionaries to include:



Select which days to include collects:



Select which collects to include:


Liturgical colours

Lectionary link
(include for each day a weblink to more detailed lectionary information for that day)

Select download type





DONATIONS

This Calendar and Lectionary is offered free of any charge, and without warranty. As you can imagine it takes some effort to compile. If you would like to make a contribution to my costs then donations of Amazon gift vouchers are a convenient method. These can be purchased online at Amazon and delivered by email to simon@kershaw.org.uk .

INSTRUCTIONS

>Outlook csv file

>Apple iCal file

>Iambic Agendus for Windows – Palm Desktop Edition

>vCalendar file for Palm Desktop for Windows and others

>vCalendar file for Palm Desktop for Macintosh

>Microsoft Entourage

KEEPING UP TO DATE

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FURTHER INFORMATION

Sunrise and Sunset

Calculate the times of sunrise and sunset for your UK location, and import to your calendar. See crosscal.


Simon Kershaw
17 October 2009
The Feast of the Translation of St Etheldreda
and the 900th anniversary of the foundation of the Diocese of Ely