All dates of the Liturgical Calendar 2018 can now be downloaded here and imported into your personal online or offline calendar. Here you can download the data separately for individual church years. In particular, the first versions of Apple’s iPad have problems importing the above large total files. If the calendar app crashes during import, try the following files. The data is prepared in the so-called iCalendar format and thus compatible with Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, Google Calendar, Mozilla Sunbird and many other calendar solutions. First download the file with all the liturgical data and save it on your PC.
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In the case of Microsoft Outlook and Apple iCal, navigate to the folder in which you have saved the file and start it. Now confirm the opening of the file and the data will automatically appear in your software.
For Google Calendar, in the left pane under “Other Calendars“, click “Add” -> “Import Calendar”. In the dialog that opens, select the calendar file from your computer with the “Browse” button and close the import with “Import”.
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Now you always have all the festivals and Sundays in view. Clicking on the name of a holiday will display more information about that day. In the current Lunar Calendar 2018 you will find the perfect date to cut your hair, color, perming or smoothing! Moon phase fans swear by the hairdresser’s appointment after the moon, because only then should the hair grow stronger and beauty products work better. The next big event in Holy Week is Maundy Thursday, the 29th of March. From 9.30 clock celebrates the Pope Chrism Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, where the eponymous oil is blessed, which is used among other things for ordination. Traditionally, Francis speaks on this occasion fundamentally about the mission of the priest. Where the Pope will celebrate the sacrament service with the traditional foot washing on the same day is not yet known. In recent years, Francis sought on this occasion the proximity to inmates, where he washed his feet.
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The zodiac signs also play a big role in the zodiac calendar. Anyone who has fine hair and wants a flowing mane, should go on days to the barber shop, when the moon is in the earth or fire signs Virgo, Capricorn and Leo. Rather a bad idea for a hairdresser’s appointment are days when the lunar calendar displays signs of the zodiac of the water. For example, the hair on cancer days tends to look scruffy. On days of the zodiac sign fish it is said that the hair can start to dandruff.
But in turn. The Holy Week starts on March 25 with the Pope’s Mass for Palm Sunday in St. Peter’s Square, the beginning is 10:00 clock. On the day of the Diocesan Youth Day, the World Youth Day Cross will be handed over. At the celebration, many young participants of the presynode, who in previous days gathered in Rome proposals for the Synod on Youth, Faith and Vocations, will take place in October in the Vatican.
Air signs like the Aquarius on the other hand guarantee a good day for re-cutting the tips of long hair. The hair grows so fast. The lunar calendar online is updated daily and helps you determine the optimal time for your visit to the hairdresser. On Good Friday, 30th March, Francis celebrates the liturgy in the Basilica of St Peter from 17.00 o’clock; From 21.15 clock he leads the traditional Way of the Cross at the Roman Coliseum. On Good Friday evening, the ancient amphitheater commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. The Easter Eve Mass will take place one day later at 8.30 pm in St. Peter’s Basilica. Finally, Easter Sunday begins at 10.00 with a mass in St. Peter’s Square, at which point Francis gives the traditional blessing “Urbi et orbi” from 12.00 hours from the central loggia of St. Peter’s Basilica.
Other appointments of the Pope in the month of Liturgical Calendar 2018 and April: On the 9th of March, at 5 pm, a penitential service with the Pope takes place in St. Peter’s Basilica. On 17 March, the Jesuit Pope will visit the Italian village of San Giovanni Rotondo in Puglia, the birthplace and place of birth of the Holy Capuchin Father Pio, who today is considered the most popular saint in Italy. His remains had been transferred to St. Peter’s Basilica during the Holy Year of Mercy, where the faithful could worship them for several weeks. The occasion of the Pope’s visit is the death of Father Pio 50 years ago and the first appearance of the wounds of Jesus on his hands 100 years ago.