NEW CALENDAR VERSION | PDF
Plan meals, almsgiving, and intercessions, plus prepare for all of the liturgical observances with this Lenten planner and study companion for Orthodox Christians! Organize your practical concerns for the season with dated calendars that include fasting, saints and feasts, then move into weekly studies on each Sunday and feast of the Great Fast. Each week's study includes a synopsis of the week and its thematic elements, the text of the readings, the hymns, and a set of questions for reflection and discussion. Click here for a video of the entire planner.
We have also included a set of forty Lenten Focus Cards based on the three pillars of the Lenten season: prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Each day you can choose a prompt to help you focus your ascetic energies in a specific direction.
This is a downloadable PDF that needs to be printed by you (click here for a printed paperback book).
Each letter-sized, 71-page planner includes:
- Goal planner with prompts to help you decide on your spiritual and practical plans for Lent
- Calendars for February–April 2023, with feasts and fasting for the New Calendar (click here for the Old Calendar version)
- Intercession list
- Almsgiving organizer
- Prayers & Hymns for the season, with space to write in your own
- Lenten Meals sheet to make notes on your favorite recipes for quick reference
- Lenten Pantry organizer to make notes on staples to pick up
- Weekly Meal Planners with fasting designations for the week of the Publican & Pharisee through Bright Week
- Paschal Feast/Basket planner and shopping list
- Weekly Study Companion, which includes an overview of each day, assigned Epistle and Gospel readings (KJV), hymns, and questions for reflection. The included Study Companions are: Publican & Pharisee, Prodigal Son, Last Judgment, Forgiveness Sunday, Sunday of Orthodoxy, Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas, Annunciation, Sunday of the Veneration of the Cross, Sunday of St. John Climacus, Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt, Lazarus Saturday, Palm Sunday, Bridegroom Matins & Holy Unction, Holy Thursday, Holy Friday, Holy Saturday, and Pascha.
- Reflection prompts to record memories and important thoughts on the season
- 40 Lenten Focus Cards with suggestions for how to incorporate them
- Designed in the USA
- PDF download will be available immediately
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Every product we make has a single origin: the daily liturgical life of Orthodox Christianity. But we manage the design and production of our products from top to bottom, as well. Everything we make is bespoke—designed by us and proudly produced in the USA just for Parousia Press.
Unsure which calendar you need? NS is the New Calendar, which means you observe the feast of Nativity (Christmas) on December 25, and Annunciation on March 25. OS is the Old Calendar, which means you observe Nativity on January 7, and Annunciation on April 7.
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