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Shared on December 14, 2010 at 1:22 am

Catholic Liturgical Calendar 2011 Highlights

2011 Catholic Liturgical Calendar for the United States - Highlights

This calendar is for those who don't want or need the clutter or the long load times of the full liturgical calendar. This calendar includes only Holy Days of Obligation (such as Christmas), and about 20 other important days.

This calendar was generated from a calendar produced by Kenneth G. Bath's RomCal v6. All but the days listed above were removed from the calendar. Accurate to the best of my knowledge for most USA locations.


FYI- This iCal file lacks one line that may prevent it from importing. To fix, simply open the file in Notepad and add a new line at the very bottom stating "END:VCALENDAR" (but without the quotes). Save the file and now it will work as expected.
over 10 years ago
Nevermind, seems to work fine. :)
over 10 years ago
Isn't there a way to simply download the ics file? I can't get the subscribe button to work with Rainlendar (or anything else).
over 10 years ago
This is the exact calendar I need, but I can't use it because it isn't a ics file. Please create one! Thanks!!
over 10 years ago
This is exactly what I'm looking for, but I don't have much confidence in the dates. Holy Thursday shows up on a Wednesday, Good Friday on a Thursday, and Easter Sunday on a Saturday. Maybe there's a good reason for this, but that doesn't work for me. Bummer, because I only want Holy Days of Obligation, not the whole ball of wax on my calendar. :(
about 10 years ago