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Monday, November 29, 2010
Saints Calendar and Daily Planner for 2011
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Don't forget to purchase your new calendar for 2011! I have decided to go with this one. I ordered it a few weeks ago and I am actually quite pleased. It looks nice and serves the function that I need, namely providing me both the Novus Ordo and TLM feastdays.

2011 Saints Daily Calendar
Description:

2011 Saints Calendar and Daily A great aid to sanctify each day! Covers 16 months beginning September 2010. 71 fascinating illustrations and mini biographies - one for every week. Contains both the Ordinary (Novus Ordo) and the Extraordinary (Tridentine) liturgical year,feastdays and Sundays, and historical feasts (such as Our Lady of the Angels, St Philomena, St Dismas the Good Thief). Includes Catholic information such as the days of fast and abstinence, Ember Days and vigils. Alphabetical list of over 700 Patron Saints. With more room to write, monthly planner pages and the same easy to use 51 2" x 81 2" size. The perfect Calendar for Catholic students, the home and business Planner

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3 comments:

del_button December 1, 2010 at 8:28 PM
Anonymous said...

"It is at this time that I wish to especially remember Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, who resisted the Second Vatican Council's false propositions of ecumenism, religious liberty, and the altering of the Mass of All Times."

Matthew after saying the above why would you want a calendar with Novus Ordo feast days?

del_button December 1, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Matthew said...

I don't celebrate the NO feastdays but I like to know when they happen so that I can provide posts to readers and prayers to them for the saints. More people search for a saint on their NO feastday than on the TLM feastday.

del_button March 3, 2011 at 9:41 AM
Anonymous said...

Are you a cleric? If not why are you wearing a roman collar and biretta?

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