Lent- Liturgical Calendar Stick-ons For Kids

I have had so many requests to continue my calendar stick-ons, which is great, because that means you guys are using them. Yay! 🙂

liturgical calendar stick-ons

You can read more about how to use the Liturgical Calendar stick-ons and why I’m creating them here. The quick version is: Print them and glue them onto your calendar with a glue stick. Only put on  your calendar what you actually want on your calendar, and disregard the rest.

Print your Lenten Calendar Stick-Ons by clicking here!

liturgical calendar stick ons for Lent- great for kids

Here are the ones on our calendar.

catholic calendar printable stick ons

I love how you see our Holy days mixed in amongst birthdays and soccer practices… integrated into our lives. 🙂

catholic liturgical calendar printable

I went ahead and included Easter Sunday so you can look forward to it coming, although there will be a different set of calendar stick-ons for the Easter season. There are also some stick-ons to encourage you to schedule some family rosaries, Confession, and some other things during Lent. I know these help me! I also put some stick-ons for anyone making their First Confession or First Holy Communion.

These are only for Lent. Hopefully I’ll have the set for March feast days soon. Sorry I missed February. :-/

Be sure to print Angie’s 10 Lent and Holy Week Activities for Families! (A great companion to my calendar stick-ons!)

You can find the directory of all of my Lenten Ideas for families here.

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Comments

  1. I absolutely love those! For some reason though I can’t print them. Does anybody else have that problem?

  2. These are great. Thank you so much for the time you put into your activities. It helps moms like me stay inspired and focused on faith building with my children.

  3. My subscription says it’s already activated, but I never received the email referenced below and haven’t been receiving emails:

    After you verify your subscription, you will receive an email thanking you for subscribing and giving you access to the Subscriber Bonus Page.

    • I looked up your account on the site Lacy uses for her newsletter mailing, and it shows that the welcome email was sent to you on February 5th at 11:09 pm (not sure which time zone that time is based on though). I would definitely suggest looking through your spam or junk folder for it. Yahoo is definitely known to toss those kinds of things in the junk folder.

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

  4. WWoowww, this is so GRREAT. My grandchildren and I will definetly be learning and doing a lot this Lenten Season. I am a retired grade school teacher,who is still so active with the grandchildren in faith building.Thank you so much. Oh by the way I am from
    Belize,Central America
    Brenda

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