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.