2022 Printable Liturgical Calendar For Catholics (Free!)

I am so excited to bring you this beautiful Catholic Icing liturgical calendar! It’s printable and it’s the perfect calendar for any Catholic mom trying to live the liturgical year at home. The colors, watercolor flowers, and the beautiful lettering make this a beautiful calendar to use throughout your year. I’m going to tell you all the reasons why this is the perfect printable liturgical calendar for families. I don’t know why I waited so long to make this! 

How To Get The Liturgical Calendar For Free!

If you sign up for my weekly liturgical newsletter by using the box below, you can receive this calendar for free! I will be sending the calendar out via newsletter, and you will receive each monthly page about 1 week before the month starts. 

My weekly liturgical newsletter is always full of currently relevant resources for the liturgical year, weekly readings, and more! This newsletter is the perfect pairing to go with your new liturgical calendar. 

Enter your email address below for my FREE weekly newsletter and to receive your free printable calendar pages monthly! 

Please note: When you subscribe, you will need to wait for the next weekly newsletter, which typically is sent out on Tuesdays, to have access to that month’s calendar. You will, however, get access to other subscriber exclusive freebies prior to the next newsletter.

 

Purchasing Option

For just $6 you can download all 12 calendar months plus 2 bonus liturgical planning pages in one easy to print pdf file! This is an instant download that is emailed to you at the time of purchase. This is a great option if you don’t want to wait to receive the pages one at a time in the newsletter. Grab you calendar here now

 

Liturgical Colors On Calendar

The liturgical colors of each Sunday are indicated throughout the calendar in beautiful coordinating watercolor flowers! Various feast days and solemnities are also indicated by liturgical colors throughout. 

Lent and Advent as well as the Christmas and Easter seasons are also indicated by length with coordinating colored bars running through the days. 

Floral Watercolor Design

I love the colorful watercolor flowers that are featured on each page of this calendar! They are definitely my favorite part, along with the beautiful lettering. 



 

What’s Included In The Liturgical Calendar

This is not an overwhelmingly full calendar- there is plenty of empty space for you to write in your own plans! After working professionally with the liturgical year for over a decade, I included all the feast days I thought were best for living the liturgical year at home. This calendar follows the liturgical year under the liturgical calendar for the dioceses of the USA. (So the feast days align with the USCCB calendar.)

The layout is a monthly format with each month printing on one vertical paper. This is perfect for hanging on the wall, and also for punching holes in to snap into your Weaving The Faith binder, and this calendar totally matches that entier system! It also matches the items included in the new Catholic Icing Monthly Membership program, so all of these resources are going to work together perfectly for you! 🙂 

 

Included In The Catholic Calendar:

  • Liturgical colors for all Sundays
  • Color coordinated liturgical seasons for Lent, Advent, Christmas, and Easter
  • Standard holidays for the USA (Thanksgiving, Independence Day, etc.)
  • All Holy Days of Obligation (these can differ slightly from diocese to diocese so be sure to check locally)
  • Solemnities
  • Feast days
  • Marian feast days
  • Saint feast days including doctors of the Church, Marian feast days, modern Saints, classic Saints, well known Saint feast days, Saint feast days that have large liturgical celebration traditions, and there is diversity represented in Saints and Mary apparitions from around the globe
  • Monthly Catholic dedications
  • A clean, easy to use, uncluttered calendar!

 

Bonus Feast Day Planning Pages!

The way Holy Week was split between 2 months irritated me, so I made a few bonus pages for planning during Lent and Advent. They’re included in the calendar pack.

 

Printable Liturgical Catholic Calendar In A Nutshell:

  • Each month prints on one tidy full color page that is ready to hang on the wall or go into your binder
  • Beautiful watercolor flowers are featured on each month and beautiful lettering throughout
  • Liturgical colors are also indicated throughout the calendar by coordinating watercolor flowers!
  • Calendar follows the liturgical year under the liturgical calendar for the dioceses of the USA
  • Also includes American holidays (example: Thanksgiving, Labor Day, etc.)
  • All holy days of obligation are marked and all Solemnities are included
  • Many feast days, Saint days, Marian feast days, etc. are included (all of my favorites for living the liturgical year at home!)
  • Diverse feast days are included meaning you will find Saint feast days that represent Saints and Marian apparitions from all over the world
  • 2 special pages for planning Holy Week and the season of Advent are included as bonus pages
  • Seasons of Lent and Advent as well as the Christmas and Easter seasons are indicated by colored bars that run the length of that season on the calendar
  • Not every day is filled in as I like a calendar that can breathe and isn’t overwhelming, so after working professionally with the liturgical year for over a decade, I compiled what I felt were all the best feast days without making every calendar square have something (so for example, there are no words for things like “second Tuesday of Lent)
  • Room for you to write your own feast days or plans on the calendar
  • Traditional Catholic monthly dedications are included at the top of each calendar page
  • Many popular and modern Saint feast days are included in this easy to use calendar!
  • Overall, this is a beautiful and simple Catholic calendar that will help you and your kids live the liturgical year at home. I hope you enjoy it!

Grab yours now for just $6 now

 

Comments

  1. Majella Clarke says

    Hi what a wonderful resource as a Catholic school’s religion coordinator! is there any way i could receive the January month without waiting for it to arrive by email …..
    When does the email with the liturgical month arrive?
    many thanks
    Majella
    P.S my class LOVED the Advent song!

  2. This is fantastic! Thanks so much for this, Lacy!

    God bless, merry Christmas, and happy New Year! 🙂

    In Christ,
    Greg

  3. Jessica Swanson says

    I signed up-haven’t received anything yet

    • Hi Jessica –

      I see that you received the welcome email so far. The weekly newsletter comes out on Tuesdays (or very occasionally on Wednesdays instead). While you should now have access to the subscriber page, you’ll have to wait for the next weekly newsletter for the link for this month’s calendar page since it’s only available in the weekly newsletters.

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

  4. Sandra Archer says

    Am I too late to receive the February calendar? I just signed up today!

  5. I’m sure you have 50 million other priorities, but if you could make each month into a two-page spread, I would buy this in a heartbeat! It’s what I’ve tried to create myself, but not nearly as beautiful & exhaustive. I just need more space than one page per month provides! 🙂

  6. Love what you share!
    Question: Is it possible to purchase just a set of ‘Lenten Home Altar Printables’?

    I am a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Omaha,NE. I am in charge of the bulletin boards in the entre way to church. These would be perfect, esp. the one with the name Holy Cross on the Cross. I would have them blown up larger for the boards, as I have for other printed prayers and front picture covers off Today’s Missal ( with their permission). Due to time, I probably won’t use them until next Lent. Please let me know and how much they would cost.

    Have you ever considered making/sharing bulletin board ideas?

    Love and prayers,
    Connie Swanson
    A retired elem. teacher

  7. March calendar? I could not find it on the site. I am a subscriber. Perhaps I missed the email?

    • Hi Mary Kay –

      There was a link for the March calendar in the newsletter that was sent last week as well as in the newsletter that was sent out this week. Make sure to check your spam folder if you haven’t been receiving the weekly newsletters.

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

  8. Craig Lewis says

    Would appreciate a Roman Catholic Calender 2021 Lithurgical. Really would apprecoiate it if you send one at my Add. below..God Bless

  9. Sarah Seck says

    Will there be a 2022 Available soon? Thansk!

    • Hi Sarah –

      There will be a 2022 version, but it probably won’t be available until late November or December.

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

  10. Hello Lacy,

    I am so glad to stumble into your blog. I am a Catholic mom who is trying to deepen my relationship with the Lord and to know more about our faith.
    I am excited to receive the free liturgical calendar for 2022.

    God bless you more and more.

    Sincerely,
    Julai

    • Hi Julai –

      If you haven’t already signed up for the newsletter, make sure to do so. That way, you’ll receive each month of the 2022 calendar, one month at a time throughout the year. 🙂

      Have a great week!

      Angie, Catholic Icing Business Manager

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