GIVEAWAY: A Catholic Calendar & Day Planner with a Unique Twist!


Hear ye! Hear ye!

What if you could buy ONE planner for all your needs? A new Catholic planner is in town and she brought some fun bundles with her! If you love Catholic Sistas and it has brought you joy or inspired you to greater depths of passion for our beautiful Catholic faith, then you will love supporting us by purchasing this new downloadable planner. It will be our annual fundraiser, intended to help keep the blog running and cover basic maintenance expenses. Its anticipated debut is set for Tuesday, July 15, which is perfect since our giveaway will run until…yup, Tuesday, July 15!

What’s in it, you say? Well, let’s get started!



  • downloadable 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 2014-July 2015
  • 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, if that’s what you like to do!},
  • 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.


  • HOMESCHOOL includes
  • 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
  • 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 meals calendars, August 2014-July 2015
  • 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 which outlines different tasks to tackle
  • household tips sheet with some cool tidbits of information to make your life easier
  • around the house master project list
  • budget list for finances for all months of the year
  • birthday & anniversary list, by month
  • AND a gift list, with a breakdown to designate Christmas, birthday, or anniversary
  • BLOGGER includes
  • 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 monthly 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.


♦ SHEW! That’s a lot! But, let’s get into pricing since only ONE person will win.

♦ Calendar/Day Planner – $10 {COLOR and B&W}

♦ Bundles will be $5/each with purchase of the calendar/day planner


  • Check out Rafflecopter for all the different ways you can enter to win
  • Giveaway will run from Monday, July 7-Tuesday, July 15
  • ONE winner will win a full download of their choice, color or black & white and any/all bundles they’d like to add on

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87 Replies to “GIVEAWAY: A Catholic Calendar & Day Planner with a Unique Twist!”

  1. Back when I actually was organized 😉 I used to do a “brain dump” regularly. I’d take a legal pad and write down everything that came to mind that I needed to do or read or think about or whatever. Even those odd-ball projects. Then I’d sort it and make prioritized to-do lists and I’d get a good bit of it done. Often, I’d start with areas in which I needed to dump some of my brain, like “homeschool” and “craft projects” and “church activities,” “budgetary concerns,” etc. Lately, I can barely pull together a proper to-do list!

  2. This looks wonderful! Do you happen to have a preview of what the homeschool lesson planning page looks like?

  3. Martina, you did a great job!! I hope I win one of your lovely planners. 🙂

  4. I try and stay organized by using my planner, and making lots of lists! What a blessing this planner will be on someone! Thank you for hosting this.

  5. Wonderful Planner!!! I’m excited that it’s all in one. Everything that I need is right there in one location.

  6. Beautifully done! I’m usually just lucky in love but maybe I could be lucky enough to win this!

  7. Would love to win this it’s beautiful!
    Always looking to make my faith stronger!

  8. What a beautiful planner! I love to get organized by using planners and good ‘ol pen and paper.

  9. Whenever I need to get organized, I find it the most effective to make a list/plan of attack SOMETHING so when the inevitable distraction arises, I can resume what I was doing with minimal head-scratching of “what was I doing again??”

  10. I teach at a small Catholic school in Ohio. I would love to win a planner. This would be very helpful while teaching four 5th and 6th grade religion classes.Thank you.

  11. Hi- I do not have a blog- but really LOVE the idea of a catholic planner!! especially because I teach PSR and it will help a lot with that!’

  12. I would love to see a bundle for working moms. There are many catholic working moms out there that would love a goals section for balancing work/home! I would definitely purchase that! Great calendar and would love this!

  13. Wow!!!! I love the homeschooling bundle!!! Being a homesteader and homeschooling mama, some days are less organized than others.
    Some days i feel like I’m herding kids and teaching the goats the alphabet, haha.

  14. I write down on a pad the night before what I want to get done for the next day.

  15. Oh, this looks great! I hope I win!!!! I try to stay organized with lists. Loose leaf, various sizes of paper that always get lost on my counter!!!!

  16. I use my calendar on my smart phone, my computer, and a few notes scattered here and there.

  17. I get organized with color coded labels, files, lists, etc. It is especially helpful for my daughter and her visual processing. It also makes things easy to find and they look pretty, too.

  18. One of my favorite ways to get organized is to take everything out of the space I’m attempting to bring to order, and then only put back no more than half of it, donating or tossing the other half.

  19. Lists, lists, lists and lists, that’s how I organize. I also don’t “listen” to my phone when I walk into the office. I plan for 15 minutes (usually with my online blogging buddy, Tiffany) and then get to work!

  20. I have been waiting to buy a different planner but this is EXACTLY what I need. Thanks

  21. I love to make a menu plan for the week and only shop for those planned meals. Thank you so much.

  22. I love technology, but I get organized best by WRITING THINGS DOWN. I’m intrigued by all the cool lists and forms included in the bundle!

  23. planners, calendars and using the calendar on my phone is how i attempt to get organized ha!

  24. I need to make lists to get organized. I like writing with pen and paper, and am much more inclined to use a paper planner than a calendar on my phone or computer.

  25. I stay organized through to-do lists and an always updated calendar! Without those 2 things, I’d go crazy!!

  26. This would be so awesome since this fall we begin home-schooling for the first time and I’ll need to be organized more than ever before!

  27. I use a planner and make many, many lists to stay organized.
    This looks awesome! I am especially interested in the Household Management Planner. Will you have a price option for purchasing an add-on without the main planner?

  28. Organization is a must for me! Keeping track of to-do-list, projects, events, etc…is vital for me. I find it easier to write it instead of using my cell phone. Keeps me on task and happy:)

  29. I still keep everything in my head, despite all my attempts to go “digital” with my calendar. It’s not the best way. I think I’m going to go back to the “old fashioned” paper planner, because when I had one, I used it!

  30. For me everything must be put on my online google calendar, but I feel I also need to have a hard copy for the kids to see and this would be perfect!

  31. I use an old fashioned planner- I need the feel of pen on paper! I also regularly purge my apartment to keep clutter to minimum.

  32. I LOVE to use a planner that can travel with me so I can write in things “on the go” instead of having to wait & try to remember when I get home. 😉 (Don’t have a smartphone or any sort of “app” phone … I like pen & paper much better!)

  33. My current organizing tool is the big chalkboard I have hanging in my kitchen. I write down all appointments, parties, or other responsibilities on there, use it for homeschooling, and sometimes use it as a quick reminder of what needs to be purchased at the grocery store. I would be lost without my chalkboard.

  34. I use colorful Post It notes and different colored pens on my calendar! Looking to change up my calendar/planner … a Catholic planner would be wonderful!

  35. I get organized with Google calendars. Everything goes on the calendar– bills, menus, activities, and work. The only catch is that I don’t have an i-phone, so if I don’t have internet access, I don’t have my life!

  36. I like to organize things around happy deadlines like upcoming vacations or special holidays. It gives me a mark on the calendar to aim for and something fun to motivate me through the work projects.

  37. I make my shopping lists on Notes on the iPhone for the stores I shop from frequently and add things as we run out so the list is ready to go!

  38. I get organized by getting UNorgranized first. :). I like to pull everything out (which makes a HUGE mess!), the. Slowly work my way through everything until we reach organization.

  39. I definitely use a calendar and lists to be organized and even then I still need practice!

  40. Great looking planner–this is just what I need. How can I purchase one? I need to get organized ASAP!

  41. Katie,

    Downloads will be available next Tuesday – it is an eventual goal to be able to offer this in print, but for now, this was the quickest way to get it into many hands. 🙂

  42. Thanks Martina! I guess I was so excited that I didn’t see the July 15 availability date. I will check back then…yay!

  43. This is SUCH a blessing ( : I can’t wait to see what happens! I definitely have been in search of a good Catholic sister online group, so thank you so much for sharing this blessed website with others!

    Ave Maria sister and Pax Christi,

    Ana Carolina

  44. My best way to stay organized? Post it notes! LOL I have them everywhere!!! Thank you for the chance to win!

  45. I love to use Post its all around my house to remind me of things I need to do.

  46. I now roll all my dd’s clothes in her drawers. Saves space plus she can see at a glance what the time is she wants to wear. No more t-shirt spills!

  47. I am currently revisiting the Household Notebook concept with my organization. I’m a full-time CNA at a hospital, a full time college student (NOT in nursing), beginning blogger, a wife and mother… So having a central item where everything can be organized is proving essential to me. The Calendar and Blog planner would be very helpful (not to mention very pretty from the previews I’ve seen!)

  48. I use my smart phone calendar for many appointments and my shopping lists. To do and cleaning lists are still a work in progress.

  49. I have to have things written down. I used to be organized when I had a great planner….been looking for a new one to help me.

  50. I’ve had good success with COZI calendar, but I’m just staring my homeschool journey, and this seems PERFECT! Paper calendars mean I don’t need to have my phone at my side all day long!

  51. I am trying very hard to get organized!! I use an internet calendar but I think this one would be so much better!!

  52. I ‘organize’ by making lots and lots of lists.
    …If I could just put the lists into actions, I’d be golden!

  53. I have a big dry erase board–i am an out of sight out of mind kind of person. My husband and I sync up our google calendars to stay consistently up to date with our schedules as he has a sales career.

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