2022 Pilgrims on a Journey

Special Edition Catholic Vocation Calendar  

2022 Pilgrims on a Journey
  • Inspirational scenes from around the city of Rome from contemporary photographers and classical artists
  • Vocation prayer at the back of the calendar provides inspiration throughout the year
  • Lenten regulations and liturgical year information
  • QR Code link to a new J.S. Paluch Company website featuring monthly reflections at the back of the calendar
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Additional Grid Features

  • Revised traditional grid design for a more modern appearance, features extra-bold numbers for easy viewing.
  • Short historical statement about the location in each month’s image connecting them to the history of our Catholic faith.
  • Original vocation prayers written only for this calendar.
  • Includes official Roman Catholic liturgical calendar for the United States from the USCCB’s Committee on Divine Worship, United States federal, cultural, and religious holidays, and significant United Nations observances
  • Black spiral binding is elegant and convenient
  • Large wall-size: 10 7/8 x 19 1/4 " open; 10 7/8 x 10 7/8 " closed
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Special Features on Spanish grid

  • Same features as listed above
  • Features feasts and observances from the Misal Romano for use in the United States
  • Also includes state and religious observances significant in Spanish-speaking communities


Calendar Versions

English
See Content section on this page
Spanish
Text accompanying photos is in Spanish
Grid includes Spanish translation of official liturgical calendar for the United States from the Bishops' Committee on Divine Worship PLUS festivals and celebrations of importance to Latino and Hispanic communities
Acknowledgments

We appreciate the contributions of all those who helped make this 2022 Special Edition Vocation calendar possible. Special thanks go out to The Cleveland Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the National Gallery of Art.


The images featured are taken from stock.adobe.com and various museums around the United States.