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Sixth  Edition

A Kalendar for London was first published in Advent 2012.

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A Kalendar for London

A Kalendar of Holy Days for use in the Diocese of London.

The Sixth Edition of A Kalendar of Holy Days approved for use in the Diocese of London, published in Advent 2018, has three new Commemorations:

  • Joost de Blank, Bishop of Stepney, Archbishop of Cape Town, 1968, on 3 January.
  • Henry Scott Holland, Priest, 1918, on 17 March. 
  • John Ninian Comper, Church Architect, 1960, on 22 December.

The Diocese of London Directory 2019 contains the Calendar from Advent 2018 to December 2019. This incorporates this 6th Edition of A Kalendar of Holy Days approved for use in the Diocese of London.

As the Kalendar evolves and develops, we are always pleased to receive comments, corrections and further nominations. There is a nomination form attached and it would be helpful if completed forms and comments were sent electronically to jamespsthomson@nullaol.com.


A Kalendar of 6th Edition 2018  Download  
Calendar 2018-19  Download  
London-Kalendar-nomination  Download  
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