Reginite Calendar of Heavenly Mother.

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The Déanic Calendar consists of 13 Months and five Sacred Seasons. It is based upon the Madrian/Filianic Calendar and has been adapted for Deanic Christianity. (3)

The Reginite Calendar of Our Mother God is to be used alongside or in conjunction with the Christian liturgical calendar of your denomination. 

Here you will find that each day is named after one of the Seven Sacred Symbols using the French ‘di’ for day (pronounced dee).

Please note that our Cardinal Directional system is different than that of other spiritual Traditions.


The Divine Feminine liturgical year begins with Spring and the month of Columbina. Our day begins at Dawn.

Dawn and Midnight are the symbolic times of the Holy Daughter, known, in our Tradition, as Jana Sophia. (Pronounced Yah-nah, a Roman name which means Gateway and Moon.) This is Lower or Daughter Sophia, also known as Zoe/Sophia). (Please see: Who is the Deanic Christian Sophia? link coming soon.)

Noontime is symbolic of Our Celestial/Heavenly Mother, known in our Tradition as Mari Sophia. (Mar-ee. Mar as in Mars). Mari is an ancient name meaning both Mother Sea and Mother Queen. It is also the Breton form of Mary. Mari Sophia is the Deanic Christian Form of Higher or Mother Sophia, also known as Pistis, which means Faith and Aletheia, which means Truth.

The Twilight and the Darkest Hour before the Dawn is symbolic of the Great Mother/Absolute Deity known in our Tradition as Mysteria Sige, (from the Valentinian Gnostic system.) We use the pronunciation Sy-gee.

Each season is sacred to us as it represents and inherent Mystery of Dea, Our Divine Mother God.

Each day is sacred to us as it represents certain Divine Virtues which we strive to incorporate into our daily lives and is devoted to one of the Seven Janati or Dea Angeli.

Days of the Week:

Sunnadi or Sun Day. Day of Sai Raya Theia.

Virtues: Illumination, Joy and Benevolence.

(Please see Who are the Seven Janati/Dea Angeli page. Link coming, soon.)

Lunadi or Moon Day. (Monday). Day of Sai Candra.

Virtues: Reflection, Reason and Purity.

Rosadi or Rose Day. (Tuesday). Day of Sai Vicka.

Virtues: Courage, Strength and Valor.

Stelladi or Star Day. (Wednesday). Day of Sai Mati Sage.

Virtues: Intelligence, Intuition and Wisdom.

Pomedi or Apple Day. (Thursday). Day of Sai Thema.

Virtues: Justice, Order and Harmony.

Columbadi or Dove Day. (Friday). Day of Sai Sushuri Grace.

Virtues: Compassion, Love and Mercy.

Foradi or Fora Day. (Saturday). Day of Sai Rhea.

Virtues: Steadfastness, Temperance and Self-restraint.


Season of the Holy Daughter.


Jana: Sai Sushuri.

Sacred Symbol: the Dove.

Element: Water.

Elemental Color: Blue.

Liturgical Colors: Pink and Green. (Keep in mind, the liturgical colors are the colors of the robes of the Janati/Dea Angeli. These are colors that are symbolic of Who They Are in Their Spiritual Essence.)

Direction: East.

Time of Day: Dawn.

Pendants sacred to this Season:

The Hamsa, in general, and the Hamsa of Wisdom in particular, is fast becoming the Symbol of the Divine Feminine for Deanic and Goddess Christians.

Hamsa of Wisdom from Jerusalem:

The Hamsa is an ancient, pre-Judaic, sacred symbol of the Goddess, although many think of it as simply a good luck charm.

It became sacred to the three main Abrahamic religions. In Judaism, it is known as the Hand of Miriam; in Islam, it is the Hand of Fatima and in Christianity, it is known as the Hand of Mary. In the modern era, it is becoming known as the Hand of Sophia. The Hand represents Her Protection and Presence.

The Dove. The Dove has always represented the Divine Feminine. It is the symbol of Holy Sophia and is Her Form of the Holy Spirit. In Deanism, the Holy Daughter is the Dove of Sacrifice and the Dove of the Waters.

The Crescent Moon. The Holy Daughter, Jana Sophia, is known as the Supernal (Primordial/Heavenly) Moon. She is the Gentle Reflection of the Bright Light of Our Heavenly Mother.

Mystery: Rosa Mundi: The Daughter Shekiah/Sophia, becomes the World Soul, the Anima Mundi. She is the Rose of the World, the Rosa Mundi. She sustains all of Nature. She is Supernal Love. As the Shekinah, She ensouls us, or shares Her Soul with us; as Sophia, She resides within us as the Divine Spark.


Columbina: (Meaning Little Dove) March 21 – April 17. (1)

Feast Days:

1 Columbina/March 21: The Divine Feminine Eastre, the Feast of Rosa Mundi, the Rose of the World. (The Christian Easter will be announced, yearly.)

The Holy Daughter, Jana Sophia, rises to becomes the World Soul. As She clothes us with Her Soul, She resides within us as the Divine Spark.

15 Columbina/April 4: Feast of Sai Sushuri Grace.

Full Moon: Dove Moon.


Maia (1), meaning, She Who brings increase and from the PIE Magya meaning: She Who is Great. . April 18 – 15. (1)

Feast Days:

May 14/1 Maia: Regina Coeli: The Crowning of the Holy Daughter, as the Queen of Heaven.

May 31/16 Maia: Regina Madria: The Feast of Mari as High Queen and Mother.

Full Moon: Crown Moon.


Flora: (Meaning Flower): May 16 – June 12.

Feast Days:

8 Flora/ May 23, in Memory of Madria Olga Lotar, charismatic Madrian priestess of Ordo Rosa Ekklesia Madriana. (Madria means Mother).  Possibly the very first Deanic Christian, Madria Olga, a Madrian priestess of the Mother God religion, continued to attend mass each Sunday for the entire 30 years of her priestesshood, thereby practicing a Blended Path of the Madrian (a Deanic religion) and Christian religions.

10 Flora/May 25: Floralia. The Feast of Flowers.

Full Moon: Flower Moon.


Season of the Celestial Mother as the Rose of Heaven (Rosa Coeli), the Rose of Joy and the Fiery Rose of Heaven.


Jana: Sai Vicka.

Sacred Symbol: the Rose.

Element: Fire.

Elemental Color: Red.

Liturgical Color: Red.

Direction: South.

Time of Day: Noon.

Mystery: Assumpta. The Assumption of Sophia.

Pendants sacred to the Season:


Rose (Our Heavenly Mother is Rosa Coeli, the Rose of Heaven).

Sun (Mari Sophia is the Primordial Supernal Sun).


Rosa: June 13 – July 10.

Feast Days:

1 Rosa/June 13: Feast of Sai Vicka.

9 Rosa/June 21: Rosa Coeli. The Celestial Mother, Mari Sophia as the Rose of Heaven, the Rosa Coeli. She is also the Rose of Joy and the Fiery Rose of Heaven.  It is also the Feast of Roses. Our Heavenly Mother is Light.

Full Moon: Rose Moon.


Magdala which means, Tower. July 11 – Aug. 7

Feast Day: July 22/12 Magdala: Feast of Mary Magdalene.

Mary Magdalene Feast Day – the Holy Grail.  Official Christian feast of St. Maria Magdalen, both Catholic and Eastern Orthodox.  Some Magdalene devotees such as those in the Order of Mary Magdala (2), and that of the Reginites, bake Madeleine cakes for the Queen of Heaven in honor of her day. Madeleine is a French form of Magdalene. Here is a good recipe for Madeleine cakes, and you can read about the history of Madeleine cakes here. Our Magdalene and Reginite devotees wear red, white and green today, and light candles of those colors, the colors of Mary Magdalene. We display our red altar egg on Magdalene Day and recite litanies dedicated to her.

Full Moon: Tower Moon.


Charis which means, Grace: Aug. 8 – Sept. 4.

Feast Days:

Aug. 15/8 /Charis: Feast of the Assumption. The Assumption of Sophia and the Assumption of the Blessed Mother Mary.

Full Moon: Grace Moon.


Season of the Celestial Mother, Mari Sophia, as the Apple of Wisdom.


Jana: Sai Thema.

Sacred Symbol: The Apple.

Element: Earth.

Elemental Color: Green.

Liturgical colors: Blue and Purple. Direction: West.

Time of Day: Twilight.

Mystery: Terram: The Mystery of the Celestial Mother as the Ground of All Being.

Pendants sacred to the Season: 





Poma which means apple: Sept. 5 – Oct. 2

Feast Days:

4 Poma/Sept. 8:The Nativity of the Blessed Mother Mary.

Full Moon: Apple Moon.


Cosma, which means, Cosmic or Heavenly: Oct. 3 – Oct. 30.

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

Full Moon: Cosmic Moon.


Samhain (1): pronounced sa-win or sa-vin, (Reginites use the latter pronunciation), meaning Summer’s End. For the Celts, summer ended in October.): Oct. 31- Nov. 27.

Feast Day:

1 Samhain/Oct. 31: Shimovane: (an Older form of Samhain meaning Summer’s End.) Feast of the Dead.

Full Moon: Spirit Moon.



Season of the Holy Daughter as the Triple Star: She is the Star of Hope, the Midnight Star of Wonder and the Guiding North Star.

Jana: Sai Mati Sage.

Sacred Symbol: The North Star.

Element: Air.

Elemental Color: yellow.

Liturgical Color: yellow.

Direction: North.

Time of Day: Midnight.

Mystery: Adoria (The Emanation/Birth of the Holy Daughter from Her Celestial Mother).

Pendants sacred to the Season.


The North Star. (The Holy Daughter is Our Guiding North Star. On the symbolism of the North Star: link coming soon.)

Crescent Moon


Astrea (1): which means, Star: Nov. 28 – Dec. 25. (1)

Feast Days:

1 Astrea/Nov. 28: Feast of Sai Mati Sage and the First Lighting of the Sun Wheel. (Instructions will be given, at the time.)

23 Astrea/Dec. 20: Madria Nocte: Mother Night.

24 Astrea/Dec. 21: Adoria. The Emanation/Nativity of the Holy Daughter Who is the Star of Hope, the Midnight Star of Wonder and the Guiding North Star.

28 Astrea/Dec. 25: Christmas.

Full Moon: Glory Moon.


Hestia: Meaning: Sacred Hearth (1): Dec. 26 – Jan. 22).

Sacra Hestia. This is the day our hestias (sacred homes) are blessed and consecrated.

11 Hestia/Jan 5: Epiphania*: Epiphany of the Holy Daughter, the Princess of the World.

12 Hestia/Jan 6: the Epiphany of the Christ Child, the Prince of Peace. The early Christians celebrated Christmas on Jan. 6 until the mid-fourth century. Christmas and Epiphany were celebrated together.  ( 5 – 8).

Full Moon: Blessing Moon.


Brighid (1): Meaning strength, exalted one: Jan. 23- Feb. 19

1 Brighid/Jan. 23: Feast of The Daughter of Wisdom (a rôle & title of the Holy Daughter).

10 Brighid/Feb. 1: Lucidi *: Festival of Light. Luci derives from Lucia the feminine given name from the Latin word Lux (Light) with the French word ending di for day (pronounced dee).

Full Moon: Bright Moon.



(Please note that the Season of Moura and the Season of Lent interlap.)

Season of the Great Mother, Sige as the Fora of Faith.

Janati/Dea Angeli: Sai Raya Theia, Sai Candra and Sai Rhea.

Sacred Symbol: the Fora.

Element: Spirit.

Elemental Color: Violet:

Liturgical Colors: Indigo and Black.

Direction: Center.

Time of Day: Darkest Hour before the Dawn.

Mystery: Dolora, which means Sorrow. The Descent of Sophia/Shekinah down through the Realms which causes Her Soul to Shatter and Her Divine Sparks to Scatter.

Pendants sacred to the Season:

The Hamsa of Wisdom/Hamsa of Sophia:

The equi-distant solar cross (Fora) or a Celtic Knot Cross.


Moura, which means, Darkness: Feb. 20- March 19.

Please note: Unlike the Celestial Mother and the Holy Daughter, the Great Mother (Absolute Deity) does not have a specific feast day, rather, the entire Month of Dolora is observed in Her honor.

14 Moura/March 5 (March 4 if a leap year): Med-Moura. Feast of Sai Raya Thea, Sai Candra and Sai Rhea.

28 Moura/March 19 and March 20/ Hiatus outside of space and not in time: Dolora (which means Sorrow. As stated in the Sequence of Sophia, “I will never fall asleep upon the green grass, while the earth rings with the cries of the exiles.”

A day of veiling/head covering, lustration (a purifying shower/bath and sombre remembrance.

Full Moon:Veiled Moon.



  1. From the original Madrian. (See 4).