Reginite Calendar

Before studying the calendar below, we invite you to be come acquainted with our basic concepts: (link coming soon)

(To go straight to the calendar, scroll down to the Sacred Season of Spring)

Our Divine Feminine Christian liturgical calendar, which we use in conjunction with the Classical Christian liturgical Calendar, is comprised of thirteen months and five Seasons. Each Season is considered sacred because of it’s inherent Divine Feminine Mystery. Our days are named after our Seven Sacred Symbols with the French di ending (pronounced dee). We include holy days from the Esoteric Christian Calendar.

Please keep in mind that this is the Christian Divine Feminine Calendar. We will be producing the Reginite Christian calendar in honor of Our True Father and His Divine Son in the near future.

(For the Seven Sacred Symbols, please see: (link coming soon)

Our year begins with the Divine Feminine Eastre (celebrating the Holy Daughter Sophia as the Holy Soul of the World or the Rosa Mundi, Rose of the World ) and our day begins at Dawn which is the Sacred Time of the Holy Daughter. This feast day does not take the place of the Christian Easter, rather each go hand in hand. The Holy Daughter restores us to Our Heavenly Mother while the Divine Son raises us to Our True Father.  Our holy feast days provide a Sacred Balance of worship between both the Christian Divine Feminine and the Christian Divine Masculine.

For our Christian Divine Masculine calendar, see: (Link coming, soon).

We use two Cardinal/Elemental directional systems. Our system for the Divine Feminine is: East/Water; South/Fire; West/Earth and North/Air. And what we refer to as the Divine Masculine system, which is the more classical: East/Air; South/Fire; West/Water and North/Earth.

Dawn is the Time of the Holy Daughter, Jannah Sophia; Noontide is the Time of the Heavenly Mother, Mari Barbelo; and Twilight (Evensong/Vespers) is the time of Mary Magdalene and Midnight is the time of the BVM (she bore Jesus at midnight).

As explained above, our days are named after our Seven Symbols. And as with the Archangels,  each day is ruled over by one of the Seven Herae. For the days of the Archangels, please see: (link to come)

Weekday, Symbol and Hera:

Sunnadi/Sunday/The Sun, Sancta Gloria. (Sancta, a as in awe) means holy or saint).

Lunadi/Monday/The Moon/Sancta Gracia. (Gray-see-a).

Rosadi/Tuesday/The Rose/Sancta Victoria.

Stelladi/Wednesday/The North Star/Sancta Sagia. Sah-gee-a. The a as in saw and g is softer as in the word, gee, and not hard as in get).

Pomedi/Thursday/The Apple/Sancta Verita.

Columbadi/Friday/The Dove/Sancta Mercia.

Foradi/Saturday/The Fora/Sancta Adora.

(The Fora is a equi-distant solar cross. A Celtic Knot Cross is often used as a pendant.)


Correspondences: Season of the Holy Daughter as the Gentle Dove of Peace.  Hera: Sancta Mercia; Sacred Symbol: the Dove; Element : Water; Elemental Color: Blue; Liturgical Colors: Pink and Green; Direction: East; Time of Day: Dawn; Mystery: Priestesshood.

Pendant: Dove


Columbina, which means Little Dove: March 21-April 17.

Feast Days:

1 Columbina/March 21: The Divine Feminine Eastre, the Feast of Rosa Mundi, the Rose of the World. This feast celebrates the Holy Daughter, Jannah Sophia as the Holy Soul. By this, we do not mean that She became trapped as the World Soul as was taught by certain Gnostic schools of thought, rather, She took on Soul Form, just as Jesus took on human form. She descended down through the Seven Realms and is Immanent with us as the Holy Soul. Like the Shekinah and through that union, She shares in our very life. In Christ we are One Body. In Sophia, we are One Soul. We take a break from Lent to celebrate this major feast day. (1)

5 Columbina/March 25: Lady Day and older title for the Feast of the Annunciation.

15 Colulmbina/April 4: Feast of Sancta Mercia.

27 Columbina/ April 16: Feast of the High Priestess.

Full Moon: Dove Moon.


Maia, the original meaning of this word is Mother or Great Mother: April 18 – May 15

Feast Days:

14 Maia/May 1: Coronalia: The Feast of the Coronation of the Holy Daughter, Jannah Sophia. (The Blessed Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene are crowned on their Queenship feast days . 15 Caeli/Aug. 22 is the Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and 28 Cosma/Nov. 27 for the Coronation of Holy Mary Magdalene.

Full Moon: Crown Moon.


Charis, which means Grace: May 16 – June 12.

10 Charis/May 25: Floralia. Feast of Flowers.

16 Charis/May 31: The Visitation of the BVM to Elizabeth.

22 Charis/June 6: Feast of the Divine Family, the Quaternity.

Full Moon: Grace Moon.



Correspondences:  The Season of Mary Magdalene. Hera: Sancta Victoria. Sacred Symbol: the Rose; Element; Fire; Liturgical and Elemental Color: Red; Direction: South; Time of Day: Noon: Mystery: Marriage (Please note that the Mystery of Marriage has absolutely nothing to do with the Gnostic Bridal Chamber, sacred sex, Tantric sex or anything of that nature. We celebrate the Divine Marriage of our Heavenly Parents and we celebrate the sanctity of earthly marriage, which is an wholesome reflection of the Divine Marriage.)


Rosa, which means Rose: June 13 – July 10.

Feast Days:

1 Rosa/June 13: Feast of Sancta Victoria.

5 Rosa/June 17: Feast of the Merciful Heart of the Magdalene.

7 Rosa/June 19: Solemnity of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

9 Rosa/June 21 : Rosalia: The Feast of Roses. We celebrate the Heavenly Mother as the Rose of Heaven. She is also the Rose of Joy. And we offer Our Father and Mother God glory in thanksgiving for the queen of flowers!

13 Rosa/June 25: Solemnity of Magdalenemas.

15 Rosa/June 27: Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

Full Moon: Rose Moon.

Month: Hera which means Divine Lady.

12 Hera/July 22: High Feast of Holy Mary Magdalene, Our Kyria Christa or Our Lady Christ. (Recipe for Magdalene cakes:

17 Hera/July 26: Feast of St. Anne (and her husband, St. Joachim).

19 Hera/July 29: Feast of St. Martha.

Full Moon:  Lady Moon


Caeli which means the Heavens: Aug. 8 – Sept. 4. In Church Latin it is pronounced chay-lee.

8 Caeli/Aug. 15:  Feast of Assumpta, the Assumption of Jannah Sophia and of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Ascension of Mary Magdalene.

15 Caeli/Aug. 22:Feast of the Queenship and Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Full Moon: Heavenly moon. 



Correspondences: The Heavenly Mother as the Apple of Wisdom. Hera: Hera Verita. Symbol: the Apple; Element: Earth; Elemental Color: Green; Liturgical Colors: Blue and Purple; Direction: West; Time of Day: Twilight; Mystery: Matrix, the Heavenly Mother as the Matrix and Ground of all Being.

Pendant: The Apple

Month: Pura meaning pure, in honor the the Nativity of the Immaculate Virgin Mary.


The Sunnadi/Sunday before Sept. 8th is the Feast of Mother’s Night for St. Anne.

1 Pura/Sept. 5: Feast of Hera Verita.

4 Pura/Sept. 8: Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

6 Pura/Sept. 10: The Presentation of Mary Magdalene.

11 Pura/Sept. 15: Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows.

13 Pura/Sept. 17: Feast of St. Hildegarde of Bingen.

21 Pura/Sept. 25: Feast of the Conception of the Magdalene.

27 Pura/Oct. 1: Feast of St. Therese of Liseux.

Full Moon: Pure Moon.


Month: Rosaria:


5 Rosaria/Oct. 7: Feast of the Holy Rosary.

13 Rosaria/Oct. 15: Feast of St. Therese of Avila.

20 Rosaria/Oct. 22: Feast of St. Salome and Susanna.

Full Moon: Prayer Moon.


Month: Cosma meaning orderly heavens or cosmos.


1 Cosma /Nov. 1: Feast of the Dead

28 Cosma/Nov. 27: Feast of the Coronation and Queenship of Holy Mary Magdalene.

Full Moon: Spirit Moon


Correspondences: Season of the Blessed Virgin Mary who is known as the Evening Star (Stella Vespera) and Star of the Sea (Stella Maris), which is the Guiding North Star, Hera: Sagia; Sacred Symbol: the North Star; Element: Air; Elemental and Seasonal Color: Yellow; Direction: North; Time of Day: Midnight: Mystery: Adoria (Mother’s Night and Daughter’s Day).

Pendant: North Star.


Vespera: Meaning Star: Nov. 28 – Dec. 25.

Feast Days:

1 Vespera/Nov. 28: Feast Day of Hera Sagia.

11 Vespera/Dec. 8: Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

15 Vespera/ Dec. 12: Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

First Lighting of the Sun Wheel.

 23 Vespera/Dec. 20: Gloria (Mother’s Night (begins after the third star appears in the sky.)

24 Vespera/Dec. 21: Adoria (Daughter’s Day)

28 Vespera/Dec. 25: The Feast of Christmas.

Full Moon: Glory Moon.


Hestia meaning hearth or fireside. Our homes, which have been consecrated to Dea, are called hestias and are blessed during this month. Dec. 26-Jan 22.

Feast Days:

7 Hestia/Jan. 1: Feast of the Solemnity of Mary.

12 Hestia/Jan. 6: Epiphany

Full Blessing Moon: The blessing of the home.and hearth. The blessing takes place either on the Full Blessing Moon or, if in the rare instances when there is no Full Moon, then on the first Sunnadi/Sunday of the month.

Month: Brighid

Feast Days:

11 Brighid/Feb. 2: Candlemas, Feast of St. Brighid, Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

20 Brighid/Feb. 11: Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.

Full Moon: Bright Moon.


Correspondences: Herae: Hera Gloria, Hera Gracia and Hera Adora/Sacred Symbol: The Fora/Element: Spirit/ Elemental Color: Violet/Liturgical Colors: Orange, Gold, Violet, Silver, Indigo and Black/Direction: Center/Time of Day: Darkest Hour Before the Dawn/Mystery: Dolora, the Sorrows of Jannah Sophia, the Blessed Virgin and Mary Magdalene.

Month: Dolora. 

Feast and Holy Days: (Includes leap year dates).

14 Dolora/March 5/4: Med-Venia: Feast of Hera Gloria, Hera Gracia and Hera Adora.

19 Dolora/March 10/9: Feast of St. Hypatia.

23 Dolora/March 14/13: Remembrance of the Holy Cathars. On March 16 their last fortress fell, but March 14 is a Cathar holy day and on that last March 14, 1244, they performed a special Easter Rite (it was also Easter that year).  Two days later they were burnt alive by the Roman Catholic Church, a day also remembered by modern gnostics called Montsegur Day.

25 Dolora/March16/15: Montsequr Day. A requiem mass is held in memory of the Holy Cathars.

28 Dolora/March 19/18. Tenebrae. The Mystery of Dolora, the Descent and Passion of the Holy Daughter. A time of veiling, silence, fasting, somber observance and penitential lustration.

Full Moon: Full Veiled Moon.

There is one day between the old Divine Feminine Trinity liturgical year and the new. This is the Veiled Day.

On leap years, there are two Veiled Days which allows the liturgical year to ‘catch up’ with the secular.


  1. One of my most favorite articles. Much of which can also be applied to Daughter Sophia: