Pocket Calendar Saints Cards for September 2014

The next set of FREE printable pocket calendar cards featuring September saints and feasts is here!  If you are seeing these cards for the first time, take a look at all of the liturgical information that each one has to offer. (This is an example from August.)

September is a very colorful month.  There are many days without an observance (Feria Days) and I could not find a good optional memorial to add, so we have several weekdays in ordinary time.  What I did with these is add a picture to go along with the daily devotional.

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We also have a lot of Marian observances this month.  I now have all Marian cards with the blue trim under a white banner.  Around here, the priests wear white vestments with blue decorations for all the Marian days.

And finally, I did add my website logo to the very last card.  Some of you have shown interest in using these cards in your school classrooms or co-ops, so I wanted to make sure that any adult observers could easily see where you found them.  I hope you don’t mind my tiny bit of advertising.  I figured one card wasn’t too obnoxious.

If you truly find these cards beneficial, please share this page on social media or your blog.  I would really appreciate it.  Thanks so much everyone for your fantastic support!


PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: These cards measure 3 inches by 2-7/8 inches when printed.  If you need smaller cards for your size calendar, I suggest printing the pdf at a percentage of the original.  I have this pocket chart (affiliate link) and print my cards at 75%.  These cards are designed to fit the standard Lakeshore Learning pocket calendar seen in the photo at the top of the post.

REUSEABLE:  My plan is to create a new set each month for the next year.  When August 2015 rolls around, I will create a new set in addition to a supplement set.  Feel free to laminate and keep your cards for use again next year, and you should only need the supplement set for most of the months.

This post is linked up to Celebrate the Saints hosted by Equipping Catholic Families.


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