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Calendar Description

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The Christian Liturgical year is a cyclic calendar of feast days. It is comprised of fixed and moveable seasons, the moveable seasons being based on the calculation of Easter Sunday for that year.

Each Sunday throughout the year is named. A number is assigned to each possible week. Because the seasons vary in length, some numbers will be skipped in any given year. This numbering system is unique to the Cal library - input and output would normally be through the text descriptions.

This version is based on the Julian Calendar.

Use Case

This version of the Christian Liturgical calendar, together with Saints Days, have been used to date documents, particularly (but not confined to) Church documents, since the fourth century.

This version was replaced by the Gregorian Liturgical Calendar as the Gregorian calendar replaced the Julian one.

Definition

Liturgical Week
NumberWeek NameNote
FullAbbrev.
1Second Week of ChristmasXmas IISunday between 1 Jan and 5 Jan.
2Epiphany WeekEpiphOnly if 6 Jan is Sunday.
3First Week of EpiphanyEpiph I1st Sunday after 6 Jan.
4Second Week of EpiphanyEpiph II
5Third Week of EpiphanyEpiph III
6Fourth Week of EpiphanyEpiph IV
7Fifth Week of EpiphanyEpiph V
8Sixth Week of EpiphanyEpiph VI
9Septuagesima WeekSeptuag
10Sexagesima WeekSexages
11Quinquagesima WeekQuinquag
12Quadragesima WeekQuadrag
13Second Week of LentLent II
14Third Week of LentLent III
15Fourth Week of LentLent IV
16Passion WeekPassion
17Holy WeekHolyPalm Sunday.
18Easter WeekEaster
19Quasimodo WeekQuasimodo
20Second Week after EasterEaster II
21Third Week after EasterEaster III
22Fourth Week after EasterEaster IV
23Rogation WeekRogation
24First Week after AscensionAscen I
25Whitsun WeekWhitsun
26Trinity WeekTrinity
27First Week after TrinityTrinity I
28Second Week after TrinityTrinity II
29Third Week after TrinityTrinity III
30Fourth Week after TrinityTrinity IV
31Fifth Week after TrinityTrinity V
32Sixth Week after TrinityTrinity VI
33Seventh Week after TrinityTrinity VII
34Eighth Week after TrinityTrinity VIII
35Ninth Week after TrinityTrinity IX
36Tenth Week after TrinityTrinity X
37Eleventh Week after TrinityTrinity XI
38Twelfth Week after TrinityTrinity XII
39Thirteenth Week after TrinityTrinity XIII
40Fourteenth Week after TrinityTrinity XIV
41Fifteenth Week after TrinityTrinity XV
42Sixteenth Week after TrinityTrinity XVI
43Seventeenth Week after TrinityTrinity XVII
44Eighteenth Week after TrinityTrinity XVIII
45Nineteenth Week after TrinityTrinity IX
46Twentieth Week after TrinityTrinity XX
47Twenty First Week after TrinityTrinity XXI
48Twenty Second Week after TrinityTrinity XXII
49Twenty Third Week after TrinityTrinity XXIII
50Twenty Fourth Week after TrinityTrinity XXIV
51Twenty Fifth Week after TrinityTrinity XXV
52Twenty Sixth Week after TrinityTrinity XXVI
53Twenty Seventh Week after TrinityTrinity XXVII
54Fourth Week before AdventIV bef Advent
55Third Week before AdventIII bef Advent
56Second Week before AdventII bef Advent
57First Week before AdventI bef Advent
58First Week of AdventAdvent I
59Second Week of AdventAdvent II
60Third Week of AdventAdvent III
61Fourth Week of AdventAdvent IV
62First Week of ChristmasXmas I1st Sunday on or after 25 Dec.
Record - Default order
yearmonthdaywdaylitweek
Record - Ranking order
yearlitweekwdaymonthday

The Julian Liturgical scheme is a variation of the Julian scheme and has the same definition except that it includes the Optional Fields litweek and wday. These, together with the standard Fields year, month and day are ranked into the order shown in the Record above.

The litweek Field has a value assigned to it as in the above table. Typically it is the Sunday that is named, but here we use it to name the whole weeek. Thus, together with the wday Field, we can define any day of the year.

Note that the litweek number has no meaning outside of the HistoryCal project, they are simply used to provide a coherent scheme.

All other details of the scheme are the same as the Julian scheme.

Script

Default Script
vocab lit { name "Liturgy Weeks"; fieldname litweek; lang en; stylename Week, Wk; tokens { 1, "Second Week of Christmas", "Xmas II"; 2, "Epiphany Week", "Epiph"; 3, "First Week of Epiphany", "Epiph I"; 4, "Second Week of Epiphany", "Epiph II"; 5, "Third Week of Epiphany", "Epiph III"; 6, "Fourth Week of Epiphany", "Epiph IV"; 7, "Fifth Week of Epiphany", "Epiph V"; 8, "Sixth Week of Epiphany", "Epiph VI"; 9, "Septuagesima Week", "Septuag"; 10, "Sexagesima Week", "Sexages"; 11, "Quinquagesima Week", "Quinquag"; 12, "Quadragesima Week", "Quadrag"; 13, "Second Week of Lent", "Lent II"; 14, "Third Week of Lent", "Lent III"; 15, "Fourth Week of Lent", "Lent IV"; 16, "Passion Week", "Passion"; 17, "Holy Week", "Holy"; 18, "Easter Week", "Easter"; 19, "Quasimodo Week", "Quasimodo"; 20, "Second Week after Easter", "Easter II"; 21, "Third Week after Easter", "Easter III"; 22, "Fourth Week after Easter", "Easter IV"; 23, "Rogation Week", "Rogation"; 24, "First Week after Ascension", "Ascen I"; 25, "Whitsun Week", "Whitsun"; 26, "Trinity Week", "Trinity"; 27, "First Week after Trinity", "Trinity I"; 28, "Second Week after Trinity", "Trinity II"; 29, "Third Week after Trinity", "Trinity III"; 30, "Fourth Week after Trinity", "Trinity IV"; 31, "Fifth Week after Trinity", "Trinity V"; 32, "Sixth Week after Trinity", "Trinity VI"; 33, "Seventh Week after Trinity", "Trinity VII"; 34, "Eighth Week after Trinity", "Trinity VIII"; 35, "Ninth Week after Trinity", "Trinity IX"; 36, "Tenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity X"; 37, "Eleventh Week after Trinity", "Trinity XI"; 38, "Twelfth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XII"; 39, "Thirteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XIII"; 40, "Fourteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XIV"; 41, "Fifteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XV"; 42, "Sixteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XVI"; 43, "Seventeenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XVII"; 44, "Eighteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XVIII"; 45, "Nineteenth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XIX"; 46, "Twentieth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XX"; 47, "Twenty First Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXI"; 48, "Twenty Second Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXII"; 49, "Twenty Third Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXIII"; 50, "Twenty Fourth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXIV"; 51, "Twenty Fifth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXV"; 52, "Twenty Sixth Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXVI"; 53, "Twenty Seventh Week after Trinity", "Trinity XXVII"; 54, "Fourth Week before Advent", "IV bef Advent"; 55, "Third Week before Advent", "III bef Advent"; 56, "Second Week before Advent", "II bef Advent"; 57, "First Week before Advent", "I bef Advent"; 58, "First Week of Advent", "Advent I"; 59, "Second Week of Advent", "Advent II"; 60, "Third Week of Advent", "Advent III"; 61, "Fourth Week of Advent", "Advent IV"; 62, "First Week of Christmas", "Xmas I"; } } grammar lit { optional wday, litweek; rank year, litweek, wday; vocabs m, w, lit; alias field { WDay, wday; Day, day; Month, month; Year, year; LitWeek, litweek; } alias stylename { WDay, w; Day, dd; Month, mm; Year, yyyy; } alias unit { d, day; m, month; y, year; w, week; } format wdmyl, "(WDay:w.a) |(Day) |(Month:m.a) |(Year)| (LitWeek:lit.a)"; format "wdmyl+", "(WDay:w) |(Day) |(Month:m) |(Year)| (LitWeek:lit)"; format wly, "(WDay:w.a), |(LitWeek:lit.a) |(Year)"; format "wly+", "(WDay:w), |(LitWeek:lit) |(Year)"; pref wdmyl; } scheme jlit { name "Julian Liturgical"; base julian; grammar lit; }

The grammar is dependant on the 7 day Week and the Julian Month vocabs.


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26th August 2015