GIVEAWAY: 2015-2016 Catholic Through The Year Printable CALENDAR!

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Christie Martin 5/28 8:37 p.m.

{Winners, please email with Calendar & Bundle giveaway winner in the subject line and let me know which of the three bundles you would like – homeschool, household management, or blogger. Congratulations!}

Last year Catholic Sistas launched an all-new product to the Catholic planning world–a downloadable and printable calendar for YOU to print. It received such a wonderful response, we are now in year two of offering the academic calendar. I love, love, LOVE mine. I use it every day and it sits to the right of my laptop for easy access to see what’s going on for the day. At $7.50 for the calendar and $3.50 for bundles, you really can’t go wrong. It’s versatile and meets the needs and budgets of many, from those who want to print in black & white and save a few dollars in printing at home, those who want to print in color or who want to spend the extra money and have it printed professionally and bound.

TEN lucky winners will receive a FREE download of the new academic calendar AND their choice of ONE free bundle {homeschool, household management, and Catholic blogger}.



  • New color scheme and designs – a rich coral and deep smokey gray.
  • The rendition of Madonna of the Lilies by friend of Catholic Sistas, Monica Welch of Dovetail Ink.
  • PDFs are fillable using Adobe Acrobat Pro or some other editing program. This is GREAT news for those of you who like to fill in information prior to printing. Perfect for homeschooling mommas! More details and options for those of you without Acrobat Pro will be available in the near future, so stay tuned!
  • Print size is not just limited to 8.5 x 11 – you can print two to a page, making the planner 5.5 x 8.5 and perfect for throwing in your purse or diaper bag.


  • downloadable and printable files to print using your own home printer or take to a printer to have it professionally printed – your choice!
  • available in COLOR or B&W
  • beautiful cover sheet
  • August 2015-July 2016
  • this liturgical planner was created using the standard guidelines of the Church calendar, both the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1969 used in the Ordinary Form of the Latin Rite {the Novus Ordo} and the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope St. Pius V and reissued by Pope Bl. John XXIII in 1962 used in the Extraordinary Form {the Traditional Latin Mass – TLM}
  • year at a glance
  • 12 month at-a-glance pages {two-page spread per month for maximum use}
  • weekly planners for each month, giving you plenty of customizable space to meet your family’s needs
  • includes a personal information page
  • contact sheet for friends, family, & acquaintances
  • multiple pages for note taking or doodling
  • and a meaty section on prayer, including verses from Sacred Scripture, quotes from saints, & references pulled from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, as well as a truncated list of common prayers.



  • beautiful cover sheet
  • 36 pages of blank lesson plans waiting for you to get ready for the school year! Verses from Sacred Scripture, quotes from saints, and snippets from the Catechism of the Catholic Church laced throughout.
  • grade sheet printable to use as many times as needed
  • a FREE homeschool conference kit courtesy of our friends at Raising Saints
  • and a report card printable for you to print on card stock, making your homeschool reporting look professional!


  • beautiful cover sheet
  • a re-usable to-do list {which I recommend you laminate} to keep track of what needs to get done throughout the day
  • 12 month of meal calendars, August 2015-July 2016
  • weekly meal planner printable to print as many times as you will use it through the year
  • daily cleaning list {lamination recommended}
  • weekly & monthly cleaning lists {lamination recommended}
  • fall & spring cleaning lists {lamination recommended}
  • 23 day organizing challenge
  • household tips sheet
  • around the house master project list
  • budget list for finances, August 2015-July 2016
  • birthday & anniversary list, by month
  • AND a gift list, with a breakdown to designate Christmas, birthday, or anniversary


  • beautiful cover sheet
  • additional cover sheets for each blogging month
  • goals sheet for each month
  • daily maintenance sheet to keep track of your posts and what you’ve done with social media, did you pray?, etc.
  • brainstorm sheet with room to spread out and jot down ideas, tags, categories, SEO, where to promote, time and supplies needed, and any offshoot post ideas
  • guest post sheet to keep track of details for those who wish to write on your blog
  • sponsor sheet to keep track of ads, $$ coming in, and start/end date for the ads
  • AND a month of posts sheet to jot down all the post titles for the month, as well as recording numbers for all your social media


  • QR codes to different Catholic Sistas posts and articles throughout the weekly calendars
  • the Proverbs 31 Catholic Woman introduction and the examination of conscience sheet we shared through the series for easy reference
  • available in COLOR or B&W!
  • your download will come with instructions to print, including which pages to print on heavier paper, such as the dividers and cover pages, as well as which ones to laminate and paper recommendation to prevent bleed-through AND a print release for your local print shop.


♦ Calendar/Day Planner – $7.50

♦ Bundles will be as low as $3.50/each with purchase of the calendar/day planner


  • Giveaway will run from Tuesday, May 26-Friday, May 29
  • TEN winners will win a full download of the 2015-2016 academic calendar AND their choice of ONE free bundle {homeschool, household management, and Catholic blogger}



This giveaway is EASY PEASY. Just answer the following question in the comments section of THIS post:

“What was the last organizing project you worked on?”

Did you clear out some clutter from the garage? What about under your bed or the perpetual mess of a hallway closet…or is that just me with the toddler who likes to use it as a stowaway fort, pulling clean towels down on a daily basis? Have I said too much? 😉 Share what you’ve done lately, be it small or big, then comment and get entered!


One entry per person, please.

Giveaway will end at 10 p.m. CST on Friday, May 29 {comments will be closed upon deadline}



To see details of a printed planner – I’m still printing mine up, folks – I’ll have new pics of hard copies before the week is over, visit the sample page that has pics from last year’s planner. Have questions? Visit the FAQ page for more details. Also, see our terms of service prior to purchase.

177 Replies to “GIVEAWAY: 2015-2016 Catholic Through The Year Printable CALENDAR!”

  1. The last thing I organized was my desk drawers! I had so much random stuff and it needed to be done.

  2. I just finished a new “communication” spot. I painted the wall in chalk paint with a painted frame and added clips for each child to hang important papers from school. Plus a white board and cork board and a top section for prayer requests.

  3. I downsized everything we owned and have managed to fit my family of five (3 kids 3 and under) into the two empty bedrooms and some storage space in my parents house where we will be until next summer. Organizing the bedrooms, bathroom, kids toys/school stuff was one of my biggest projects but it was so worth it!

  4. The kitchen was my last project. I now have fresh liners and everything is organized. (We all still look in the wrong cabinets from time to time)!

  5. We are working on reorganizing garage – that’s a work in progress.

  6. My 16 and 13 yo daughters and I cleaned out our pantry in the kitchen this weekend. Wow. What a lot of junk and cracker crumbs left in bags! Whew, felt good to be done and organized!

  7. We moved last month so can I say that I recently organized my whole house?!

  8. Yesterday, I completely cleared off one of 2 tables in my craft room/home office. Then I had my husband fold it up and put it away so it can’t gather stuff again! I also reorganized the box of cards I have made, by category, so I know what I should make next. And I filed numerous scraps of card stock. This week, I am focusing on table number 2, which has less craft stuff, more reading/research stuff for filing.

  9. storage unit! Especially focusing on kids clothes as we transition seasons here in MN…

  10. I organized a two-day orientation for 65 new students at the high school for adults where I work.

  11. We decluttered the first floor for a graduation/Baptism party; but I really need to purge and organize our basement!!

  12. The kitchen was my last project. I now have fresh liners and everything is organized. (We all still look in the wrong cabinets from time to time)!

  13. The biggest one is coming up and will be our office/guest bedroom that has been a collector of stuff for way too long!!

  14. The kids closets was my last project. I was nesting and boy did it ever get a big overhaul! 🙂

  15. I made a small dent in organizing my sewing/craft room. It’s a mess, with too much stuff, and I have a tough time getting time in there since I share the room with my baby’s crib and things! Naptime isn’t very useful when the project I need to work on is in the room with the sleeping baby!! 🙂

  16. I decluttered my 9 year-old’s room. Now I’m working on putting together a “circulatory system” game (I found a free printable on Pinterest) to play with all the kids.

  17. Just bought a new shredder this weekend and am going through tons of old documents. Hoping to de-clutter my house so I can de-clutter my mind! 🙂

  18. I always have the best intentions of being organized – but I have too many different planners…our household is definitely the last to be organized.

  19. We moved in December and I still had 2 large bins of oldest daughters’ clothes to sort through for younger daughter. Thanks to the crazy rainy weather yesterday, I got that done!

  20. I cleaned out all of our clothes, garage and other closets and prepped the stuff for yard sale. 6 kids plus me, whew, who knew we had soooo much laying around this house that we no longer needed.

  21. I took apart my vacuum cleaner, cleaned all of the removable parts, including the beater bar. It was a chore, but now vacuuming is so much better! Also organized my art supplies into one cabinet.

  22. I’m in the middle of trying to organize my laundry room! I’m very poor at organizing.

  23. I cleaned out my classroom at school and am working on the closets at home.

  24. I organized my pantry with baskets with chalk labels. I LOVE how it turned out!

  25. I cleaned out the cabinet under our computer. It was chock full of CD ROMS, electronics manuals, and USB cables. We donated some, threw some out, and kept very few. Now the cabinet is mostly empty. I’m hoping it doesn’t full up again any time soon!

  26. I reconfigured my crafts and kids dress up stuff so that it all fits in an armour with doors. I just bought more box bins and shelves to squeeze more toys out of sight.

  27. I organized my homeschool room. I found things I’d forgotten about and plenty to sell or give away!

  28. We cleaned out our garage. Had a garage sale and donated or discarded what we couldn’t sell. Beforehand we could barely walk through the garage now it’s 90% nice and tidy.

  29. The junk drawer in the kitchen. In order to find the necessities like pens, scissors, hair ties, I have to do this often. Kind of like using a planner.

  30. I worked on our homeschooling/play room — not easy because the kids want to keep everything!

  31. I’ve been downsizing for a move, the latest room was the kid’s–we donated 3 boxes of toys and threw away a whole trash bag! Doesn’t leave them much to have to clean up at least!

  32. Cleaning and organizing the refrigerator!!! Making a “leftover” shelf so leftovers don’t get lost in the back 🙂

  33. Clothes. I went through 6 kids worth of drawers, bags, and totes. not my favorite job. I guess at least I know who needs what.

  34. Our dining room to homework area to get ready for summer supplemental math and reading work 🙂

  35. We’re starting a whole house overhaul. 14 years of collecting and wondering why we’ve kept so much stuff we never use. Like checking out your planner, thanks! Certainly would love a copy.

  36. I cleaned, organized and purged my wardrobe and our not so extra anymore, bedroom for our son to move into. Two giant projects, one tired mama! Lol!

  37. I’m beginning to Konmari my home and just finished with everybody’s clothes!

  38. I cleaned the scary pit between my daughters bed and her wall. 2 hrs. And its back to the way it was!

  39. I cleaned up the entire house…. End to end, top to bottom, just purged and cleaned it all!

  40. I went through six large garbage bags of designer clothing and separated them into different piles for donations to a children’s assessment center, Ronald McDonald house, and a women’s shelter.

  41. The laundry room. But in reality my whole house as we haven’t been in this house a month yet!

  42. I went through my recipe file and tossed all the cards I never use or will ever make. Laminated my mom’s cards so they will last.

  43. Most recently I organized my kids toys, but I’m in the process of organizing everything. It’s a bit chaotic, but we are preparing for a move, figured this was the best time to really organize and declutter.

  44. Last major organizing project was to re-do our laundry room, kitchen and pantry, after a pipe burst in our laundry room!
    It was a couple of months before my son’s wedding and we were expecting guests come to stay at our house. My husband had been asking me to work on the laundry room for years, so even though I was forced to work on it…it is now much more functional!

  45. My kitchen, repainting, new shelves, cleaning out the clutter. We have a lot of people in a small space so I need to make better use of the space we do have!

  46. “What was the last organizing project you worked on?” We just had to re-wire part of the goat fence because the dog keeps escaping…that led to de-cluttering gutters and cleaning out the chick brooder. Next up…school room.

  47. My most recent organizing project was clearing out outgrown clothing and bringing out the new size, and sorting out clothing to discard. I still have many projects ahead, as we are moving soon and really need to clear out the clutter. Fortunately, our homeschool year is almost over, so I will be able to dive in headfirst! Thanks so much for this offer and God bless.

  48. Well I’m a few weeks from finishing a huge project a few years in the making for our Churches CRE program… I’m excited to be nearing the finish line.. I’m currently purging and preparing for a long over due yard sale!! Our “baby” is four so time to pitch the baby stuff that we’ve had for all our children 😉

  49. I am getting married in two months! I’m reorganising my life…my clothes, my belongings, collecting recipes and other endless things so as to prepare for my life as a wife.

    The calendar and (I would choose)the ‘household management’ would be extremely helpful in aiding me continue organising my life.

    Prayers are asked for my husband-to-be and I as we prepare for this sacrament.

  50. …Cleaning and organizing our floor to ceiling classroom bookshelf

  51. My latest is a whole house declutter. As I pick things up and pit them away. I do alittle bit of organizing in that area. My Dvd’s, Blue Rays, and VHS’s have been culled and organized, and relocated to another are of the house. I have also reorganized my classroom.

  52. We recently had baby number seven so we’ve been switching the bedrooms around to accommodate all the kids. I feel like we just moved in again with all the movement in each room. Hoping things will run a bit smoother around here!

  53. I’m always organizing, I just can’t ever seem to complete the project! This giveaway would help me tremendously!

  54. Ive been cleaning out our home room by room , section by section to give our home a minimalist yet warm feel. So far our bedroom is complete as is the living room. Im about to start the school room. I hope to get all rooms accomplished by the end of summer decreasing what we own by at least 50 to 60%. Love organization and a clutter free home! Thanks for the opportunity to win the planner!

  55. My most recent organiztion project was going through each room in our house and reducing the number of things in it to 100 things.

  56. This is my first summer as a stay at home mom, so I have spent a ton of time just organizing our schedules and planning fun summer activities.

  57. We’ve cleared clutter from basement, cleaned out closets and underneath cabinets in kitchen.

  58. I constantly have a de clutter (or 5) going but most recently I tackled the entry way, more specifically the shoes! Got rid of the too smalls and winter boots got put away

  59. Organizing summer adventure bags so we are ready to go at a moment’s notice! 🙂 Thanks for doing this! I hope I win, but if I don’t I will be back to purchase! 🙂

  60. My last project was my oldest sons clothing BC he had outgrown his clothes. I’m currently working on my younger sons clothing. After that is the laundry room.

  61. Our “scrapbooking” room had turned into a “throw it all and deal with it later” room. I cleaned all the too small and out-of-season clothes out and gave away 27 bags of clothing (some big bags, some small bags) and put the stuff I was keeping in well-labeled totes in our actual storage room. Then, I cleared off the scrapbooking table which was piled high with memorabilia from the past nearly 2 years. Yikes! It felt great to get it done. Too bad spring hit and I need to start over!!

  62. Sitting in the backside of an international move with the big unpacking done, everyday I’ve been streamlining the little things that were just “put somewhere” and finding their true home.

  63. Clothes! Winter clothes put away and sorted through baby clothes to give/keep/throw out!

  64. My last organizing project was sorting and boxing all of my kids’ clothes in sizes they are not currently wearing.

  65. I’m getting ready to take on my annual cleaning & organization of our pantry in a few weeks.

  66. I am desperately trying it organize both my home office and my work office.

  67. The last organization project was my bedroom. I just have a stack of papers I am goign through and it will be finished!

  68. I organized photos for my in-laws for my husband’s grandmother’s funeral.

  69. Tech items (a scattered jumble of power cords, backup or blank CDs, headphones, earbuds and accessories) are now in 3 photo storage boxes, tagged with device and owner’s name 🙂

  70. I am currently working on organizing my union paperwork. It seems to get bundled together and messy, so I’m sorting it by date and putting it in files.

  71. I am in the process of reorganizing both my home office and my work office.

  72. our whole house…big project this week is getting our girls playroom back in working order for the summer – out with the old!

  73. i just finished clearing out the girls hall closet that is full of towels, blankets and sleeping bags. With four girls it is hard to keep it organized.

  74. A few weeks ago I cleaned out the pantry and all the drawers and cabinets in my kitchen. And this week I’ve been working in the craft room! Feels good!

  75. I cleaned out our spare “junk room” of years of accumulated clutter.

  76. Yesterday, I cleaned out my purse. I am working on organizing my home office for my direct sales business.

  77. Recently I have been working on de- cluttering my house (closets, toy box, and all). With 3 small boys life gets um crazy and my grandma once told me that less is more and it would be easier to manage a household with less.

  78. My daughter, Nicole, and I just organized our front deck. We swept, washed, rearranged planters, potted plants and cleaned the front entry mat. It looks amazing!

  79. I did two projects back to back–kitchen cabinets and bedroom closet. Will be starting a new job next month and am hoping to start with a more organized house to come home to at night.

  80. A huge pile of music, both ordered and freebies next to my keyboard is now nice, neat and manageable!!

  81. I recently organized the children’s clothing…passing down, weeding out what our children can no longer use…taking some to the thrift store…others to a consignment shop. Sometimes I think organizing clothes could be a FT job. 🙂

  82. I just got married over the weekend, and I’m trying to get leftover wedding items organized into party supplies for casual use, candy buffet leftovers for the CYO that comes to our town each year on a missions trip, etc.

  83. I organized a two week long road trip from Pennsylvania to Colorado and Texas to north Dakota and all the states between.

    At home I organized my town’s upcoming 7th grade school year.

  84. Still clearing out my utility room – too much school and personal stuff. I was tripping over items to get to my washer; it’s so nice to have a path, but more to go! Thank you for the chance.

  85. The last organizing projects I did were the garage and our homeschool room. Thanks for the chance to win!

  86. Kids clothes and a carb cycle meal plan for me! Don’t forget the never ending organization of home schooling.

  87. The last organization project I undertook was to pare down my children’s toys in their rooms. I gave each child a large bin to put everything he or she wanted to keep, then I took everything out. Whatever was salvageable was sent to charity. Whatever was trash was trashed. It is so much easier to clean their rooms that the girls are regularly rearranging and decorating them. We went from piles to panache!

  88. In the process of cleaning my closet, changing of seasons looks like a tirnado strategically touched down only on my closet, the lost tribes of isreal could possibly be found when im done!

  89. My life with a husband & kids is in a constant state of organizing…And reorganizing! The summer clothes swap out was my most recent attack.

  90. We organized the office/music room. I think we threw out 5 garbage bags of junk!! It feels so good to purge. 🙂

  91. I cleaned the garage so we could finally feel “moved in” to our new home! 🙂

  92. Organized 6yrs worth of girl & 4yrs of boy clothes by size, season, and gender. Kept what was needed and donated the rest. I’m excited as my youngers grow, I can easily find everything.

  93. My last project was the bathroom closet. And with only 1 bathroom and 5 people and all men excluding myself, it was a project and a half! Turned out great. Just hoping to keep it that way! Thanks for the opportunity!

  94. My last organizing project was going through my sons clothes- getting together clothes for my nephew & rearranging our drawers. Took quite awhile, but it was worth the time.

  95. Vi organized the toothbrush drawer in my bathroom. There are 8 people that live in my house. I found 20 toothbrushes and enough toothpaste outside of the tube to fill 1/2 tube!

  96. The last organization project I did was to redo our playroom/school room. We are cleaning out closets for donations this week

  97. Most recently, I have been organizing and backing up all of the files on my laptop. Including multiple email accounts.

  98. The last organizing project I did was going through every dresser drawer and getting rid of clothes I don’t wear anymore.

  99. I just organized closets. Switching over from winter to summer clothes is such a pain. So glad that it is done.

  100. I cleaned out my clothes closet–took a bunch of bags to the thrift store.

  101. Daughters room, sewing room, garage, play room, etc, etc, etc. Maybe this planner will help put an end to the long list.

  102. Oh I would love to win this! I recently organized our school desk, which is a fancy way of saying “Pile of School Stuff” that accumulates over the course of our homeschool year. lol I need a new planner and LOVE that this one includes liturgical information (I’m converting and hope to start RCIA in the Fall, having this info handy would be a big help since I don’t know much. LOL) 😀

  103. It is bad that I have to think so long about this…. 😉 Weeding the strawberry beds. Does that count as organizing?

  104. Cleared out three drawers in my dresser to make room for baby clothes for my newest little one!

  105. Organizing my room after moving home from school for the summer. Before that trying to just keep my life organized while trying to survive nursing school.

  106. We just pcs’d and trying to organize new house and declutter/get rid of excess. YAY!

  107. Last organizing project was our home purge. Now that we’re moving again we are to purge again.

  108. Got new shelves in our bedroom closet and it is all clean and organized (well my side is, my husband thinks I like daily cleaning of his side!!)

  109. The most recent is now cleaning, getting things ready for a moving sale and packing up the rest to move. 🙂

  110. My life….I need to have order on my life so I don’t become paralyzed from confusion.

  111. This looks awesome! We just moved, so our whole house got reorganized!

  112. I began scanning in old family photos and trying – – again – – to get a routine going.

  113. I started to organize the craft room. It was a real mess but a one hr blitz has made a huge difference 🙂

  114. Cleaning/organizing the upstairs…sorting clothes into different sizes, putting them away, finding 10 other things to do while I was up there! 😉

  115. Recently, I had a whole evening where the 5 year old, 4 year old, and 3 month old finally all slept at the same time, and…. I cleaned the living room. It was amazing! I’d forgotten what color the carpet was. 😉

  116. I cleared the clutter and reorganized the school/playroom shelves to see what we have, what we need, and what we can give away for next year’s homeschooling!

  117. I tackled my 2 year old daughter’s closet: packed up clothes that were too small (donated some, some into storage for future kids, and sold some) and put spring/summer clothes into closet.

  118. Last organization project I worked on? ~~ How about I’m still working on the first! Hahahaha! Yup, it’s crazy but true. Because life goes and goes. It doesn’t stop and pause and pat you on the back for a job well done. Think about it. Isn’t that where the saying, “A woman’s work is never done,” comes from? A project like ALL the LAUNDRY is DONE and PUT AWAY, sorted BY COLOR (ROY G. BIV) in EVERYONE’S CLOSET. And then Boy 1 and Boy 2 walk in from school, uniforms dirty beyond recognition. The projects we’re working on are called Living Life. And projects don’t end, they only take a breather. I guess that’s why a good planner-organizer-calendar is a needed tool. It’d be an awesome perpetual motion To-Do List. =)

  119. Seven year old daughter’s bedroom needed a serious decluttering

  120. Hello! Bought in July and now to access the link is not available . Order ID

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