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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  • February 1: Eve of the Presentation
  • February 1: Brigid (Bride), 523
  • February 2: The Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple
  • February 3: Anskar, Archbishop of Hamburg, Missionary to Denmark and Sweden, 865
  • February 4: The Fifth Sunday After the Epiphany
  • February 4: Cornelius the Centurion
  • February 5: The Martyrs of Japan, 1597
  • February 11: The Last Sunday After the Epiphany
  • February 13: Absalom Jones, Priest, 1818
  • February 14: Ash Wednesday
  • February 14: Cyril, Monk, and Methodius, Bishop, Missionaries to the Slavs, 869, 885
  • February 15: Thomas Bray, Priest and Missionary, 1730
  • February 17: Janani Luwum, Archbishop of Uganda, and Martyr, 1977
  • February 18: The First Sunday in Lent
  • February 18: Martin Luther, 1546
  • February 23: Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr of Smyrna, 156
  • February 24: Saint Matthias the Apostle
  • February 25: The Second Sunday in Lent
  • February 27: George Herbert, Priest, 1633
  • February 28: [Anna Julia Haywood Cooper, Educator, 1964]
  • March 1: David, Bishop of Menevia, Wales, c. 544
  • March 2: Chad, Bishop of Lichfield, 672
  • March 3: John and Charles Wesley, Priests, 1791, 1788
  • March 4: The Third Sunday in Lent
  • March 7: Perpetua and her Companions, Martyrs at Carthage, 202
  • March 9: Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa, c. 394
  • March 11: The Fourth Sunday in Lent
  • March 12: Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome, 604
  • March 13: James Theodore Holly, Bishop of Haiti, and of the Dominican Republic, 1911
  • March 17: Patrick, Bishop and Missionary of Ireland, 461
  • March 18: The Fifth Sunday in Lent
  • March 18: Cyril, Bishop of Jerusalem, 386
  • March 19: Saint Joseph
  • March 20: Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, 687
  • March 21: Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1711
  • March 22: James De Koven, Priest, 1879
  • March 23: Gregory the Illuminator, Bishop and Missionary of Armenia, c. 332
  • March 24: Eve of the Annunciation
  • March 24: Óscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, and the Martyrs of San Salvador, 1980
  • March 25: The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday
  • March 25: The Annunciation of Our Lord Jesus Christ to the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • March 26: Monday in Holy Week
  • March 27: Tuesday in Holy Week
  • March 27: Charles Henry Brent, Bishop of the Philippines, and of Western New York, 1929
  • March 28: Wednesday in Holy Week
  • March 29: Maundy Thursday
  • March 29: John Keble, Priest, 1866
  • March 30: Good Friday
  • March 31: The Eve of Easter
  • March 31: Holy Saturday
  • March 31: John Donne, Priest, 1631
  • April 1: Easter Day
  • April 1: Frederick Denison Maurice, Priest, 1872
  • April 2: Monday in Easter Week
  • April 2: James Lloyd Breck, Priest, 1876
  • April 3: Tuesday in Easter Week
  • April 3: Richard, Bishop of Chichester, 1253
  • April 4: Wednesday in Easter Week
  • April 4: Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Leader, 1968
  • April 5: Thursday in Easter Week
  • April 6: Friday in Easter Week
  • April 7: Saturday in Easter Week
  • April 7: Tikhon, Patriarch of Russia, Confessor and Ecumenist, 1925
  • April 8: The Second Sunday of Easter
  • April 8: William Augustus Muhlenberg, Priest, 1877
  • April 9: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, 1945
  • April 10: William Law, Priest, 1761
  • April 11: George Augustus Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand, and of Lichfield, 1878
  • April 15: The Third Sunday of Easter
  • April 19: Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury, and Martyr, 1012
  • April 21: Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1109
  • April 22: The Fourth Sunday of Easter
  • April 25: Saint Mark the Evangelist
  • April 29: The Fifth Sunday of Easter
  • April 29: Catherine of Siena, 1380