Traditional liturgical calendar for Google Calendar & iCalendar
#11
So when I add it to my iPhone does it sync with my computer calendar or do I have an option to do that or not?
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#12
This is so awesome! Thank you for your work. I've added it.
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#13
Works great! thank you for your time and effort to do this.
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#14
Thank you so much for this great resource! I have added it to my Google Calendar as well. Blessings @antognini!
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#15
Quite amazing. Thank you for putting in the hard work to do this for all of us.
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#16
Thank you so much for this see screenshots on my android phone below it's great![Image: bb4cf4affe196c1565b3950f0eef91e5.jpg][Image: 844f6f87879ad59ab95b9b7084cfe8c2.jpg][Image: af62003e0468164e4e9514ea0a79f600.jpg]

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(02-13-2019, 01:19 AM)BCSweetie Wrote: So when I add it to my iPhone does it sync with my computer calendar or do I have an option to do that or not?

That's a good question.  I don't have an iPhone so I can't say for sure, but if it doesn't you can just subscribe to the calendar separately on your computer.  Since they are subscribing to the same source they will always remain in sync.
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#18
I'm glad everyone seems to be liking it! Again, let me know when you run into any errors or if you think of any ways to improve it!
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(02-16-2019, 04:14 PM)antognini Wrote: I'm glad everyone seems to be liking it!  Again, let me know when you run into any errors or if you think of any ways to improve it!

You might add the Saturday Office of Our Lady on the Saturdays it's rubrically required.
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