Count the days and weeks of this liturgical year accompanied by a passionate and faithful prophet, St. John the Baptist, who prepared the way of the Lord. The Year of Grace 2017 liturgical calendar presents scenes from the life of this saint painted by James B. Janknegt in a lively, expressive style. This liturgical year follows the Sunday Year A cycle and the Weekday Year I cycle, beginning on November 27, 2016 (First Sunday of Advent) and ending on Saturday, December 2.LTP‰Ûªs circular display of the liturgical year makes its key features easily understandable. Everyone can see at a glance the liturgical seasons in their characteristic colors, Sundays on the outer rim, and the days and weeks radiating from the center, where the artist has portrayed John baptizing Jesus and the Holy Spirit descending. We can almost hear God‰Ûªs voice: ‰ÛÏThis is my beloved Son.‰Û
Use the Year of Grace Calendars in many ways:
‰Û¢give (or sell) one to every household in the parish and school
‰Û¢hang a poster calendar in every classroom to teach about the liturgical year
‰Û¢have students report on the significance of various liturgical days
‰Û¢present calendars to first communicants and Confirmation candidates
‰Û¢adorn the church vestibule and gathering space with a poster calendar
‰Û¢decorate the teacher's lounge, offices, and other public areas in the school while helping everyone who enters remember the importance of the liturgical year!
‰Û¢hang in music classrooms and rehearsal rooms
Laminated Poster, 26 x 26
AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2016. PREORDER NOW!