Update: Correction of readings for this Sunday – new version now uploaded
Friday 20 February 2009 — well, that wasn’t a great start! I’ve just noticed that the readings for this Sunday were incorrect in the original version. I’d mistakenly entered the readings for the Sunday of the “Week of Proper 7 (Sunday between 18 and 24 Feb)” when it should have been the readings for the Sunday before Lent. Apologies.
The uploaded version is now correct. Apologies for any incorrectly preached sermons this coming weekend!
Well, it’s only taken me about 3 months longer than I had meant it to — which funnily enough coincides with how old my twin sons are! — but I’ve finally completed the mammoth task of compiling the import files that will provide you with the saints days, festivals, Sundays and readings for daily eucharists and daily prayer within Microsoft Outlook (and your PDA if you sync it with Outlook).
Current version: 2008-2009 version 2
Released Friday 20 February 2009
As last year I’ve created three files:
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, but details of no readings (my usual file).
- Sunday readings
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, and readings for only Sundays and Major Festivals.
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, and readings for all Sunday, Festival and Daily Eucharists, and Daily Prayer readings, as well as new for this year: which Daily Prayer set to use (e.g. Week A, Week B, Festivals, Incarnation, etc.).
In the “Complete” version, the readings for ordinary saints days and lesser festivals are simply those for that day of the week in relation to the previous Sunday rather than specifically for that minor saint/festival. For example, the readings given for Colman of Lindisfarne (Friday 18 February, today) are those for the Wednesday after Epiphany 6.
In other words, I’ve used only readings from The Lectionary and the Readings for Festivals, and not those from elsewhere or from the Readings for Special Occasions or Common Readings for Saints Days.
Download your file of choice on the Saints and Festivals of the SEC in Microsoft Outlook page.
Report all errors
As always, if you spot an error please let me know so that I can fix the source file for other users. Thank you.