The Season After Pentecost: Ordinary Time II 2019 Daily Planner PDF | June + July 2019
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Ordinary Time II: The Season After Pentecost is here. The season after Pentecost is the longest span of ordinary time in the Liturgical year. It is often overshadowed by the more prominent seasons in the church calendar like Easter and Christmas. This is unfortunate because there are many unique holy days like Trinity Sunday, Holy Cross Day, All Saints' Day, and Christ the King Sunday that bring depth to this long season in the church calendar. Are you ready to explore these oft-forgotten holy days? Are you ready to find ways to be present even in this long season of ordered time?
We may have just the resource for you:
For the first time, we are offering the option of smaller seasonal planners, including this one for the first 2 months in Ordinary Time, June and July 2019.
This season is a great opportunity to slow down and refocus your priorities, to dive deeper and align your life with the liturgy during Ordinary Time. Challenge yourself to commit to a weekly reading of scripture following the lectionary. Or, perhaps try a daily reading of scripture following the daily office. Explore the practice of the examen. Reflect on the wisdom of well-known authors, theologians, and others in our weekly quotes.
Now is your chance, download Ordinary Time II: The Season After Pentecost now.
This PDF is designed to be printed front and back on 8.5" X 11" paper. The finished page size is 7.5" X 8.5". Print on your home printer or at your local print center, often available in office supply stores. We recommend 24lb white paper, printed, cut, and placed into a notebook. Full print instructions included.
In addition to printing, you are also welcome to use this file digitally on a tablet or other device.
Sacred Ordinary Days is a liturgical planner that combines a number of transformational tools, which have aided the spiritual journey of many Christians, including ours. Inside you will find resources and reflections for the beginner and the master alike on...
the Lectionary (we draw from the Revised Common Lectionary)
the Daily Office from the Book of Common Prayer
daily blessings from Common Prayer: a Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals
the Seasons and Holy Days of the Liturgical Calendar also called the Christian Calendar or the Church Calendar
the practice of crafting a “Rule of Life”
a Liturgical Wheel Calendar redesigned to be elegantly simple and clear
a Prayer Labyrinth to “walk” with your finger instead of your feet, also called a Finger Labyrinth
Along with these time-tested tools for spiritual formation, our planner also incorporates layouts designed for productivity and focus. Each week includes...
a weekly Examen page
a weekly Sabbath page
a daily page with the Daily Office scriptures, space for 3 daily priorities with cues and rests|rewards, your to-do list, and your schedule
The planner will be a faithful guide and companion through the seasons in the liturgical year. At the beginning of the season there are four pages that include seasonal art, resources (symbols, decorations, articles, book references, etc.), plus space to envision how you'd like to embody this season in the six areas of your life and then reflect and reset for how you'd like to embody the season next time.
Download your planner now and start today on your a new journey through the season of Ordinary Time.
Small Holding Cross
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Each cross is carved individually from a unique piece of beautifully grained olive wood. This wood is pruned from the olive trees around Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus. Christians have been carving crosses like this for hundreds of years, originally for pilgrims and more recently for tourists visiting the Holy Land.
Each craftsman is a Christian living in Bethlehem who receives a fair price to support their family.
Praying with a holding cross can be a comfort during centering prayer, a helpful presence during lectio divina, and a faithful reminder of God's presence during the prayer of examen.
A holding cross is also sometimes called a pocket cross, comfort cross, or caring cross. These small crosses are designed to fit comfortably into the palm of your hand as a tactile aid to prayer. Use it as a spiritual companion for easing children's fears, to comfort worries and stresses of adults and to focus the prayer of the sick and elderly.
DIMENSIONS 2.5" x 1.5" x 0.4"
Get 15% off when you order 10 or more, use code BULKCROSS10 at checkout. Get 30% off when you order 50 or more, use code BULKCROSS50 at checkout.
30 Days of Hymns Perpetual Calendar by Little Things Studio
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We are excited to present 30 Days of Hymns, a perpetual desk calendar! It’s great decor for your desk, kitchen, or reading nook. And it is filled with rich, uplifting, and encouraging old hymns. This will have you singing a new hymn like “How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds” all throughout your day. It’s a new hymn for everyday of the month. Once the 30 days are over, you start over with Day 1 again.
The borders are reminiscent of illuminated manuscripts. The artwork is full of inspiration from Scandinavian, Russian, and American folk art and stained glass.
Dimensions are 5 x 6.5 in.
Borders and type were all hand drawn (not a font).
Its gold spiral bound.
It has a free-standing easel that is made to last forever.
The pages inside are printed on text weight paper.
The easel backer is a very heavyweight card stock.
It is printed by Lithographics in Nashville, TN.
Little Things Studio brings beauty and truth to the special spaces in your life through art prints, calendars, cards, and bookmarks. Mississippi-born and Nashville-based artist Kate Whitley weaves word and image with lush floral designs, vibrant and vintage color schemes and lovely hand-lettering of hymns, songs, and quotes.
Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals by Shane Claiborne, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, and Enuma Okoro
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Common Prayer helps today’s diverse church pray together across traditions and denominations. With an ear to the particulars of how various liturgical traditions pray, and using an advisory team of liturgy experts, the authors have created a tapestry of prayer that celebrates the best of each tradition. The book also includes a unique songbook composed of music and classic lyrics to over fifty songs from various traditions, including African spirituals, traditional hymns, Mennonite gathering songs, and Taize chants. Tools for prayer are scattered throughout to aid those who are unfamiliar with liturgy and to deepen the prayer life of those who are familiar with liturgical prayer. Ultimately, Common Prayer makes liturgy dance, taking the best of the old and bringing new life to it with a fresh fingerprint for the contemporary renewal of the church. Churches and individuals who desire a deeper prayer life and those familiar with Shane Claiborne and New Monasticism will enjoy the tools offered in this book as a fresh take on liturgy.
Book dimensions are 6.3 x 1.7 x 9.2 inch and shipping weight of 1.6 pounds
Enuma Okoro is an award-winning writer, speaker and retreat leader. She graduated from Duke University Divinity School and served as director of the Center for Theological Writing there. She is the author of Reluctant Pilgrim: A Moody, Somewhat Self-Indulgent Introvert's Search for Spiritual Community and coauthor, with Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, of Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals. Okoro's work has been featured on Good Morning American, The Christian Century, The Washington Post, and more.
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a writer, speaker, and the co-founder, with his wife Leah, of Rutba House, a new monastic community in Durham, N.C. He is an associate minister at St. John’s Baptist Church and directs the School for Conversion, a nonprofit community organization. He is the author of a number of books, including Strangers at My Door, New Monasticism: What It Has to Say to Today’s Church and God’s Economy. Wilson-Hartgrove is a graduate of Eastern University and Duke Divinity School.
Shane Claiborne is a Red Letter Christian and a founding partner of The Simple Way community, a radical faith community that lives among and serves the homeless in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. He is the co-author, with Chris Haw, of Jesus for President. His newest book is Executing Grace: Why It is Time to Put the Death Penalty to Death.
Sacred Seasons: A Perpetual Liturgical Wall Calendar by A Sacred Journey
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This one-of-a-kind perpetual liturgical wall calendar follows the Christian Liturgical Calendar—a set of seasons and feast days that are both ancient and transformative, offering a framework for spirituality and intention in our everyday lives.
Unlike a traditional wall calendar, the Sacred Seasons liturgical wall calendar has no dates or boxes. Instead, each turn of the page of this perpetual wall calendar beckons you into a new liturgical season or select feast day, with unique hand-lettered illustrations containing invitations, colors, and symbols associated with each period and more detailed descriptions on the back of each page.
Most important, this is a resource for you to use again and again. Because the seasons are not dated, this calendar can be used year after year, serving as a reminder of the significance and invitations of each and every season as your journey unfolds.
Included seasons and feast days: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Holy Week, Easter, Pentecost, and Ordinary Time.
New to following the Liturgical Calendar and unsure of when to turn each page and mark each season? Find out when each season occurs in the current calendar year with my cheat sheet at https://www.asacredjourney.net/calendar.
11 pages, 8.25x8" • printed digitally Seattle, WA • ready to use year after year
Your guide at A Sacred Journey, Lacy Clark Ellman holds a Masters degree in Theology and Culture and a certificate in Spiritual Direction and was selected as a New Contemplative by Spiritual Directors International in 2015. Professionally, she is a spiritual director, maker, and facilitator who speaks the language of pilgrimage and is always ready for the next adventure, having traveled to over twenty countries on four continents. Personally, she is a lover of food, books, spirituality, growing and making things, far-off places and lovely spaces. While traveling, you’ll find her wandering museums and markets, exploring cities by foot, and sampling local fare. At home in Seattle, WA, she loves to garden, take walks in the nearby forest, and go on armchair journeys through her favorite shows from across the pond.