Ordinary time and summer is a great time to research free printable Catholic lesson plans, activities, coloring pages, crafts, devotionals, prayers, cut and paste, games and religious lesson plans. Here are free printable Catholic liturgical calendars and church season activities.
FaithScience.org has a free printable six page activity booklet with lessons based on the Catholic liturgical calendar.
RomCal.net has a comprehensive free printable liturgical calendar compiled for every year up to 2012. The calendar lists saints feast days from the western Roman calendar. The calendar is color coded according to church season (ordinary time, lent, advent and Holy Days of Obligation). Here is the link to print the 2010 liturgical calendar. Here is the 2011 calendar. And here is the Catholic church liturgical calendar for 2012. Be sure to visit the link at the beginning of this paragraph for other online and web versions of the Roman calendar.
Easter Brooks (click here) has an daily clickable, interactive online Catholic liturgical calendar. I’ve linked you to the ‘Today Page’, which of course will change daily. Visit the ‘Select a Date’ to search the website by date. Click on ‘Find a Date’ to search by Catholic event, season or saint. Each of these free printable monthly liturgical calendars is available as a free printable page. The calendar printable is neatly organized, color coded according to the liturgical season, noted with symbols for certain events (fast days, Holy days of obligation, novenas, etc.). There are also listing for saints feast days, too.
Magnificat Calendar while this calendar is precisely printable, it is very interactive and complete. Click on any month listed on the top menu bar. Each month will be shown chronologically, with the saints whose fall in that month.
Cyber Faith (click here) has an interactive Catholic liturgical calendar with links to free printable activities according to grade.
CatholicMom (click here) has free printable Catholic church liturgical calendars and season by season pull out pages with gobs of free printable Catholic activities for parents, homeschoolers and Catholic educators.
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