These files allow you to import or subscribe to the Scottish Episcopal Church calendar (saints’ days, festivals and readings) using Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, or any other compatible calendar application.

The files were originally produced for my own personal use, so they may not have all the details that you want in them.

Feel free to adapt these files for your own use, subject to your agreement of the following license information.


The readings for category 4 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 Ambrose of Milan (Friday 7 December) are those for the Friday of Advent 1.

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.


Where possible I have always translated the festival of a saint, if it coincides with a higher-category feast, to the next available date. It is possible that a suitable, nearby date has not been found and so that feast day has been omited for this year.


While every effort has been made to ensure that the data contained in these files is correct and up-to-date, occasionally mistakes do get made and errors slip into the final production files.

The Revd Gareth J M Saunders will not be held accountable for any issues that arise from the use of these files. You use them entirely at your own risk.

To report any errors please email [email protected].

Church of England edition

See Fr Simon Rundell's Electronic Ordo containing daily information and readings for Mass each day according to both the Anglican (Common Worship) or Roman lectionaries.

Roman Catholic editions

See Catholic Apptitude for a number of similar calendar and lectionary resources.

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Calendar and Lectionary source materials may be downloaded for free from the Scottish Episcopal Church website.

The Guide to the Calendar and Lectionary is an annual publication that offers guidance on how to use the lectionary each church year, especially in relation to translated (moved) festivals.

Material from the Revised Common Lectionary copyright © 1992 by the Consultation on Common Texts.

Master documents

Each year I compile these files from a master Excel document. This document contains multiple worksheets which separate different aspects of the finished product: church year, SEC bishops' ordination dates, saints' days, special occasions, and readings, all compiled (and reformatted according to the following style guide) from the SEC Calendar and Lectionary booklet.

You are free to use these for your own use, subject to your agreement of the Creative Commons license information.

These documents are subject to change without any prior notice.

Download, clone or fork the files on GitHub.


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