The Octave of Pentecost – which we observed with the traditional Roman calendar – is over and so we move into the Time After Pentecost. With the Novus Ordo calendar this period is variously called Ordinary Time or else Greater Meatloaf™.*
This is also KAL. IVN., the Kalends of June, the 1st day of June. June is traditionally dedicated to devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
We have a couple great feasts coming up later in the month, including the Nativity of John the Baptist. I remind the readership that for the Vigil of the Nativity of John the Baptist, there is in the traditional Roman Ritual a special blessing for bonfires. It is also when, in certain places, witches are burned. Yes, you read that right. It is also a Roman custom to eat snails on the Feast of John the Baptist.
You have a few weeks to make preparations.
*Lesser Meatloaf describes the Novus Ordo’s equivalent of Time after Epiphany.