Google Calendar

By popular demand, there is an online calendar for Divine Intimacy!
Click here to add it to your own Google calendar!
The 2017 dates are still in progress, and will be updated soon.
(If you have added it once, you do not have to add it for the new year,
the same Google calendar will continue to be updated)

Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyBlueJayGene
    Really disapointed that I can't figure this guide out. 287 has nothing to do with the readings at Mass today. I was hoping for better - appreciate the effort, but the guid has not been much of a guide. Today is the Twenty Secong Sunday in Ordinary time - - A term I do not see in the quide. Sorry but I do not find this useful. God Bless. Gene
    • / ReplyChris
      Gene, The calendar is intended for lining up the Novus Ordo liturgical with the Divine Intimacy in it's original printing - which follows the 1962 Roman Missal and Lectionary. You will see on this page that it lists today as "DI#287 - Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time" - this means you would use the meditation and colloquy #287 from Divine Intimacy, which is listed in the book as the 14th Sunday after Pentecost (which today is). Note that this is to follow the liturgical season, but the work to line up the readings from each day to the meditations is something I am still working on, and hope to have completed eventually (it's very tedious work). Part of the difficulty in trying to match up the meditations in Divine Intimacy to the modern Lectionary is that many of the readings that we use now were not used in 1962. The Gospel from today, from the beginning of Mark 7, was not used at all in the 1962 Lectionary, neither was the first reading, and the second reading is not mentioned in the meditations from the days it was used in the original lectionary, so there would not be a meditation in Divine Intimacy that lined up with the readings from today. The readings as they existed at the time of the printing of Divine Intimacy can be found here: And the current Lectionary readings can be found here:
    • / ReplyElm
      That is because the Divine Intimacy was written for the preVactican 2 calendar where ordinary time does not exist. Unless it is an immovable feast your daily mass readings and gospel will rarely match up. So in other words after say Pentacost we normally move into ordinary time but because that didn't exist before it wouls just be the seventh week after Pentacost. :)

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