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Roman Catholic Tridentine liturgical calendar (non-HTML version)

A Roman Catholic liturgical calendar that follows the 1962 rubrics.

Each feast comes with links to additional information about the feast, saint (if applicable), and season. When two feasts conflict, the lower-ranking feast is prepended with a ‘›’ so you know which takes precedence. Some other commonly observed non-liturgical events like Plough Monday and Mardi Gras are also included and are prepended with a ‘»’.

This version of the calendar does not use HTML and is entirely plaintext. Users of web-based apps like Google Calendar may prefer the HTML version.

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