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Interactive Catholic Monthly Calendar Bundle

These monthly Catholic activity calendars are ideal for Catholic families, Catholic classroom teachers, religious education teachers, faith formation leaders, DREs, homeschooling families and more!

You can use these calendars in a variety of ways.

First, save the file to your computer.

As you hover over a calendar day with your mouse, you’ll find clickable links. Simply click, and you’ll discover more resources for living and teaching our Catholic faith. Everything from books to crafts, videos and other resources are included.

The calendar is also printable, for easy reference. Print it out a few days before the month begins and hang it up, so that you’re prepared for the upcoming feast days and liturgical events.

This calendar begins May 2016 and continues through April 2017.

August Catholic Family Calendar

Catholic Family Calendar

Being Catholic is so much more than simply taking my kids to Mass on Sundays. We have a rich heritage to explore, with a list of Catholic saints to emulate, along with liturgical seasons and feast days to celebrate. To make it easy, I’m creating monthly Catholic family calendars — filled with the upcoming feast […]

Catholic Book Basket for September

Catholic Saints Books for September

Ready to celebrate the Holy Days and feast days coming up in September? What about learning more about the saints? This list of books, arranged in calendar order, will help you to be prepared to live the liturgical year at home with your family! September 1st – St. Giles Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow September 1st […]

Catholic Book Basket for August

Catholic saints books for August

Are you ready to celebrate the feast days and holy days for this month? These Catholic saints books will help you learn more — take a look at our favorites.  Juanita and Our Lady of the Angels &  August 2nd – Our Lady of the Angels Juanita and Our Lady of the Angels         &  […]

Amazing Help for Homeschool Families: Virtual Field Trips

If you asked my children their favorite part of homeschooling, they will always answer, “FIELD TRIPS!” I used to be a rock star homeschool mom, planning playdates and field trips at least a few times a month. That was when I was still on my A game. Now, as I juggle working outside the home […]