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Calendar of saints (Scottish Episcopal Church)

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Calendar of saints (Scottish Episcopal Church)

In the Calendar of the Scottish Episcopal Church, each holy and saint’s day listed has been assigned a number which indicates its category. It is intended that feasts in categories 1 - 4 should be kept by the whole church. Days in categories 5 and 6 may be kept according to diocesan or local discretion. Commemorations not included in this Calendar may be observed with the approval of the bishop.


  • Category 1 1
  • Category 2 2
  • Category 3 3
  • Category 4 4
  • Category 5 5
  • Category 6 6
    • January 6.1
    • February 6.2
    • March 6.3
    • April 6.4
    • May 6.5
    • June 6.6
    • July 6.7
    • August 6.8
    • September 6.9
    • October 6.10
    • November 6.11
    • December 6.12
  • See also 7

Category 1

Category 2

Category 3

  • Sundays after Christmas (except Christmas 1)
  • Sundays after Epiphany (except Epiphany 1)
  • Sundays after Pentecost (except Pentecost 1)
  • Weekdays in Lent

Category 4

Category 5

Category 6

  • All other commemorations













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