Liturgical Calendar Online

Church Publishing Company's online liturgical calendar displays holy days and feasts through 2030 to assist you in planning liturgies and music in your parish. Please note that the calendar shows the exact date for the feasts and does not present alternative celebration days for those feasts that fall on Sundays or during Holy Week, Easter Week or other major feasts.

Church Publishing Company offers a reasonably-priced downloadable calendar that can be imported to Outlook, ical and Google calendars. The calendar includes major and lesser feasts, seasons and liturgical colors.

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  • November 1: All Saints’ Day
  • November 2: Commemoration of All Faithful Departed
  • November 3: Richard Hooker, Priest, 1600
  • November 5: Ordinary Time, Proper 26
  • November 6: William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1944
  • November 7: Willibrord, Archbishop of Utrecht, Missionary to Frisia, 739
  • November 10: Leo the Great, Bishop of Rome, 461
  • November 11: Martin, Bishop of Tours, 397
  • November 12: Ordinary Time, Proper 27
  • November 12: Charles Simeon, Priest, 1836
  • November 14: Consecration of Samuel Seabury, First American Bishop, 1784
  • November 16: Margaret, Queen of Scotland, 1093
  • November 17: Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln, 1200
  • November 18: Hilda, Abbess of Whitby, 680
  • November 19: Ordinary Time, Proper 28
  • November 19: Elizabeth, Princess of Hungary, 1231
  • November 20: Edmund, King of East Anglia, 870
  • November 22: Clive Staples Lewis, Apologist and Spiritual Writer, 1963
  • November 23: Clement, Bishop of Rome, c. 100
  • November 25: James Otis Sargent Huntington, Priest and Monk, 1935
  • November 26: Ordinary Time, Proper 29
  • November 28: Kamehameha and Emma, King and Queen of Hawaii, 1864, 1885
  • November 30: Saint Andrew the Apostle
  • December 1: Nicholas Ferrar, Deacon, 1637
  • December 2: Channing Moore Williams, Missionary Bishop in China and Japan, 1910
  • December 3: The First Sunday of Advent
  • December 4: John of Damascus, Priest, c. 760
  • December 5: Clement of Alexandria, Priest, c. 210
  • December 6: Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, c. 342
  • December 7: Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, 397
  • December 10: The Second Sunday of Advent
  • December 17: The Third Sunday of Advent
  • December 21: Saint Thomas the Apostle
  • December 24: Christmas Eve
  • December 24: The Fourth Sunday of Advent
  • December 25: The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Christmas Day
  • December 26: Saint Stephen, Deacon and Martyr
  • December 27: Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist
  • December 28: The Holy Innocents
  • December 29: Thomas Becket, 1170
  • December 30: Frances Joseph Gaudet, Educator and Prison Reformer, 1934
  • December 31: Eve of Holy Name
  • December 31: The First Sunday After Christmas Day
  • January 1: The Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ
  • January 5: Eve of Epiphany
  • January 6: The Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ
  • January 6: The Eve of the First Sunday After the Epiphany
  • January 7: The First Sunday After the Epiphany: The Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ
  • January 8: Harriet Bedell, Deaconess and Missionary, 1969
  • January 9: Julia Chester Emery, 1922
  • January 10: William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1645
  • January 12: Aelred, Abbot of Rievaulx, 1167
  • January 13: Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers, 367
  • January 14: The Second Sunday After the Epiphany
  • January 17: Antony, Abbot in Egypt, 356
  • January 18: The Confession of Saint Peter the Apostle
  • January 19: Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester, 1095
  • January 20: Fabian, Bishop and Martyr of Rome, 250
  • January 21: The Third Sunday After the Epiphany
  • January 21: Agnes, Martyr at Rome, 304
  • January 22: Vincent, Deacon of Saragossa, and Martyr, 304
  • January 23: Phillips Brooks, Bishop of Massachusetts, 1893
  • January 24: Ordination of Florence Li Tim-Oi, First Woman Priest in the Anglican Communion, 1944
  • January 25: The Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle
  • January 26: Timothy and Titus, Companions of Saint Paul
  • January 27: John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople, 407
  • January 28: The Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany
  • January 28: Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Friar, 1274