Don Paco of Ite ad Thomam has compiled and posted his own plan for reading all of Scripture in one year, broadly following the annual cycle of the ancient Divine Office of the Roman Rite. As he explains:
Now, since what I want to do is read all of Scripture (yes, I am rather obsessive about continuity and completeness), I have decided to follow the order prescribed in the Breviary only in broad outline. So rather than reading exactly that which is prescribed in the Divine Office, I am going to read every book of the Bible at the time in which the Divine Office prescribes selections from that book. Also, in order to cover all of the books that the Divine Office does not prescribe, I will follow our friend Paul's advice, to read "Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Josue, and Judges from Septuagesima through the IV Week of Lent, one per week. Add Ruth to September, and Paralipomenon and Esdras to the weeks of Pentecost, after Kings. Canticles can go with the other Wisdom books, in August, and Baruch with Ezechiel and Daniel, in November. You could read the Psalms each day, repeating them twice in the year, or read half during the Easter Octave and half during the Octave of Pentecost. Or read two Gospels each week, or read a portion throughout the year."
The entire plan can be read here: Lectio Divina: A Year-Long Cycle According to the Traditional Roman Liturgy.
Advent is about half-way through but it shouldn't be too late for anyone who would like to (at least partly) follow this plan for lectio to start now.
I invite our readers to comment as well on Bible-reading and lectio divina from a Traditional Catholic perspective.
Photo: St. Catherine of Alexandria by Onorio Marinari. Source.