Good Wall Calendar Suggestions
#1
Hi Everyone,
If you are old school and still use wall calendars (which I imagine a larger than average percentage of us on this forum do, haha), which one do you purchase? I need a traditional Church year wall calendar. Thank you for your suggestions in advance.
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#2
Here's mine. Available in Canadian or US edition. (The civil holidays are different.)

http://tradbooks.com/calendar_2020.htm
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#3
The Institute of Christ the King publishes one every year.  If you have a parish nearby, they should have them available.
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#4
I’m not that pious. I just get one with puppies, wolves, sheep, mountains, or city skylines that always seems to be at least four months behind.
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