PRESS HERE FOR THE ACTUAL ANGLICAN ORDINARIATE CALENDAR. IT'S COOL TO SAY THE LEAST AND WHY IN THE WORLD THEY WOULD GET A BETTER CALENDAR THAN WHAT ORDINARY LATIN RITE CALENDAR IS, IS BEYOND ME!
What I do notice is that the "gesima" Sundays are also called The Third Sunday before Lent; The Second Sunday before Lent; and the Sunday before Lent. There wouldn't need to be much adjustment to our new Roman Missal in English, just rename those Sundays before Lent, Sundays before Lent, no matter what Sunday in Ordinary Time it is. The same with Ordinary Time, just name these the Sundays after Epiphany and the Sundays after Trinity Sunday, no need for a radical change to the Roman Missal we currently use. And all you have to do is say, celebrate the Roman Missal eastward facing--no big deal!
I haven't seen the entire calendar that the Holy Father has approved for the Anglican Ordinariate, but what he has approved is surely a sign of things to happen in the mainstream of the Latin Rite, my clairvoyance tells me.
1. Ordinary Time will no longer be referred to, being replaced by Sundays after Epiphany or Sundays after Trinity, thus ensuring the whole liturgical year is now explicitly anchored and referenced to the mysteries of salvation.
2. The three “-gesima” Sundays are restored.
3. Rogation days before Ascension, and the Ember days in the four seasons of the year are restored.
4. The Octave of Pentecost is restored, to be marked properly except for the readings which will be of the particular weekday.
5. Already the Ordinariate have announced its liturgy should be eastward facing
I would say that we'll see this very soon in the Latin Rite! When I don't know, but why in the name of everything that is holy should the Anglican Ordinariate have a better official Liturgy and Calendar than the mainstream Latin Rite. It simply doesn't make sense unless the Holy Father is using the Anglican Ordinariate as the "veiled test model" like auto makers test their new cars before release to the public. You see them out in public and people snap pictures of them and then these make their way into auto magazines. Is this the case for our reform of the reform Ordinary Form Mass and calendar. Well, yes, it doesn't take a rocket scientist or auto designer to figure this out! And for those of you who aren't clairvoyant, you don't have to be that either although you know that I am.