Michaela and I sit down and walk through the the imagery in part II of this year's illustrated Easter calendar. Take a look!
Michaela and I got the opportunity to talk with Timothy Flanders at OnePeterFive, check it out:
Bring the richness of the Liturgical Year into your home
he liturgy of the Church is rich with splendor and conveys to us what we need to find our end in God.
In these days, it isn't so easy to participate in the beauty of the liturgical year for many families, and we want to offer a little something to help with that.
Our desire is to make original art and to bring other resources together and make them easy to access for families to live with the liturgical year of the Church and always know where they are on their journey to Heaven.
Our first works to this end are to illustrate the whole liturgical year and present time not so much in secular terms, but to frame time in sacred terms. Each calendar we illustrate is made for that specific year, and we are building a library of imagery that we can use each year. Our goal is to offer fully printed illustrated calendars each year, and to get there we need your help. We have secured a contract with Sophia Institute Press to publish our calendars starting with Advent, 2021.
The next phase of this project began in late May, we have completed the illustrations for the Christmas Cycle (Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany) and will complete illustrating our first full liturgical year this year. Our plan is to produce this illustrated calendar every year in four parts. Click here to see the subscription on Sophia's website or click here to see the latest set of calendars by themselves.
We have opened up our own digital membership again and are working to bring some really neat resources for families to use at home in addition to the calendars. So take a look at what we are working on!
We are still in the beginning stages of this work, and we have had a wonderful response from so many families. May you be blessed and God be pleased by our labor and give us what we need to keep going, Deo gracias!
The Illustrated Liturgical Year Digital Membership
Click the button below and take a look what what is in our digital membership
Liturgy of the Home's Online Shop
The shop is open, click the image below to take a look:
f you simply would like to donate to our project, please click the button below. God bless!