Downloads & Tutorials, The Liturgical Year
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Printable Liturgical Calendars

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Click the images to download the file.

Combination Calendar for Both Forms of the Liturgy (undated):

 

Blank Wheel with Labels and Explanations of the Seasons:

 

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Blank Wedge (print four or five and glue together):

Blank Wheel:

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16 Comments

  1. These calendars are wonderful. On an unrelated note, I love the font in your header for the snapshots phrase. Do you know the name of that font? Thanks!

  2. Cindy says

    Hi Michelle, I have been looking ALL OVER for a blank liturgical calendar and I finally found one! Thank you SO much! I plan to use it for a Religious Ed project at my parish.

    I was NOT able to download the PDF of the Wedge. It looked the same as the PDF of the entire wheel. I like the wedge because I *think* putting 4 wedges together will make a larger calendar than just printing a blank complete calendar.

    Could you please also provide the labels for the liturgical seasons: Advent, Lent, etc.? Maybe larger ones that would fit the 4 individual Wedges?

    Again, thanks SO much! I love your website!

    Cindy

  3. Michele Quigley says

    Hi Cindy, I see the wedge was linked to the wrong file. I fixed it so you should be able to get the pdf now. It’s quite large and yes putting four together should give you a large calendar (or five with some tweaking –it depends on your printer settings).

    I’m sorry but I really don’t have time right now to make the labels in a large size, my schedule is VERY full for the next several weeks. If I get a chance to do it I will but I can’t promise it. That being said, you should be able to do some yourself with a typical word processing program. I use Publisher and Word to make mine.

    God bless!
    Michele

  4. Hi! I’m someone new to the liturgical calendar. What do the colors mean? I’m not sure why some boxes are white, some are green, red, etc.

    • Michele Quigley says

      I’m not sure exactly what you mean Lena. There’s a combination calendar at the bottom but it isn’t dated. The software I use doesn’t allow me to make a combined calendar and it’s very glitchy to work with. It took quite a long time to make the calendars yesterday and I just can’t spend any more time on it. What’s here is what I’m offering. God bless!

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  6. These are wonderful! I plan on using the blank wheels for a CCD project, and of course, I’ll make sure your site is properly cited. Thanks so much!

  7. Jen Noll says

    This is exactly what I need for my liturgical calendar lecture for my CCD class! Thank you.

  8. Erin Hartsell says

    when I tried to click on first two wheels it just shows a bigger picture and doenst allow me to download? I would love to print and laminate these….thank you.

  9. Yanelys says

    Thanks so much for sharing these liturgical calendars. Very useful for religion lessons… God Bless

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