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Here's one from Romanitas Press. It has all the fasting/abstaining info, including for Ember Days, all based on the 1962 calendar. This calendar features:
  • lithographs
  • monthly devotion headliner
  • memos about optional votive Masses
  • rules for traditional fasting and abstinence
  • reminders about devotional and indulgence items
  • notes about Temporal and Seasonal Cycle items (applicable for the Roman Breviary)
  • Coil-bound, card stock, illustrated with lithographs. 15 pages. $7.50

Sample pages:

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Here is another great one, that I've used for years. It also has the secular holidays listed, and comes in a Canadian and an American edition. The theme for 2018 is the Holy Face, with each month having a different traditional depiction.

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$6.50 + S&H, and this year, because of the theme, a blessed Holy Face medal is included free. They also have a colour printed version for $9.50 + S&H. Contact Wilmy of Trad Books at wilmys@tradbooks.com
Does the Canadian edition go something like “All Hallos Eve, eh”?

Kidding aside, it’s interesting there’s different editions. Bilingual in French & English?
(12-28-2017, 10:04 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]Does the Canadian edition go something like “All Hallos Eve, eh”?

Kidding aside, it’s interesting there’s different editions. Bilingual in French & English?

Different secular holidays and different local feasts.
(12-28-2017, 10:04 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]Does the Canadian edition go something like “All Hallos Eve, eh”?

Kidding aside, it’s interesting there’s different editions. Bilingual in French & English?
"It's Sunday! Beauty, eh?"
(12-28-2017, 10:07 PM)Paul Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-28-2017, 10:04 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]Does the Canadian edition go something like “All Hallos Eve, eh”?

Kidding aside, it’s interesting there’s different editions. Bilingual in French & English?

Different secular holidays and different local feasts.

Not sponsored by Tim Horton’s? Bummer...
(12-28-2017, 10:29 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-28-2017, 10:07 PM)Paul Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-28-2017, 10:04 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]Does the Canadian edition go something like “All Hallos Eve, eh”?

Kidding aside, it’s interesting there’s different editions. Bilingual in French & English?

Different secular holidays and different local feasts.

Not sponsored by Tim Horton’s? Bummer...
In related news, for Christmas this year, I received a Tim Hortons gift card and my mom received a blanket with a moose on it.

We are walking stereotypes.
(12-28-2017, 10:31 PM)In His Love Wrote: [ -> ]In related news, for Christmas this year, I received a Tim Hortons gift card and my mom received a blanket with a moose on it.

We are walking stereotypes.

When I walked downtown today, I wore my Oilers tuque, with a Maple Leaf flag pin on it, and my Eskimos mitts!
The Angelus Press just put out a new free online calendar.  The link goes right to the current day, so saving as a bookmark on a smartphone or pad provides pretty quick access.

It’s new, so I would expect interface improvements as it goes forward.

Angelus Press 2018 Calendar
(12-29-2017, 12:47 AM)The Tax Collector Wrote: [ -> ]The Angelus Press just put out a new free online calendar.  The link goes right to the current day, so saving as a bookmark on a smartphone or pad provides pretty quick access.

It’s new, so I would expect interface improvements as it goes forward.

Angelus Press 2018 Calendar

I posted this on my blog and bookmarked it on my laptop, but I still like a calendar on the wall. I got a nice NO calendar from my parish, but I'll be ordering the one from Tradbooks as well.
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