2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar
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2024-2025 Liturgical Calendar

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*Taking preorders for the 2024-2025 Liturgical Year! Pictures shown are last year’s calendar until the first run of the new year is made. Orders from June-August will ship mid August in time for the start of the year on Sep 1st.*

 

Orthodox Christian liturgical calendar (September through August) for churches on the “New” (Revised Julian) Calendar. Colored onion domes represent the six traditional colors of vestments used in Orthodox churches in the US (and many other countries). The liturgical colors of the Orthodox Christian church are a visual reminder of what season we are in, what or who we are remembering, and how joyful or somber our days should be. The calendar is printed on a linen/cotton fabric, and sewn with a hanging sheath at the top.  Hang this calendar in your home, church, or classroom as a ready reference, a teaching tool, a way to bring church into your home, or simply a reminder for each season. After the year is over, the wall hanging becomes a tea towel perfect for wrapping bread hot out of the oven or drying dishes, hands, or wheat berries for koliva!

- New Calendar (aka Revised Julian)

- Sep 2024 through Aug 2025

- 17" wide x 24" tall

- blend of natural fibers: 55% linen, 45% cotton

- sleeve fits a dowel or curtain rod up to about 1” diameter

- becomes a linen towel to use for many years

The color rubrics are based on the American Antiochian Archdiocese rubrics, using all six possible colors; please keep in mind that your parish may have a different tradition.