Liturgical Year Subscription Boxes

(2 customer reviews)

$64.99 every 6 weeks

361 in stock

Description

Subscriptions are now open! These subscriptions will begin with the Summer Ordinary Time Box. Your credit card will be charged now. Your box should arrive in about one week for US addresses in the lower 48. Shipping times vary for international destinations.
If you purchase this listing now, your subscription will continue with unique limited-edition seasonal boxes, spread through the year, for $64.99 each. Despite what the note under the price says, you won’t be charged exactly every six weeks. It is one charge per box. See below for the schedule for charges and shipping. If you’d like, you can cancel your subscription before you’re charged for the next box. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING IS NOW AVAILABLE! For an Envelope version of just the printed items in the Subscription Boxes, see this listing.
The first six photos in the gallery of this listing show the Summer Ordinary Time Box soon. The other gallery photos show previous boxes for Lent, Triduum, and Easter. See current and previous USER GUIDES here.

The season of Ordinary Time after Pentecost covers half the liturgical year, all the way until Advent begins. It gives us a chance to relax a bit, without the pressure of Christmas or Easter to prepare for or celebrate. We can focus on individual feast days, on learning about the saints and their favorite devotions.

This box covers feast days in June, July, and August.

Here’s what you’ll receive in the Summer Ordinary Time Box:
MONSTRANCE KEY CHAIN
For the feast of Corpus Christi on 6/3, this monstrance keychain by PaperMonastery reminds us that Jesus is truly present in the tabernacle of every Catholic Church we pass!
HOLY FAMILY HEARTS VINYL STICKER
Use on a laptop, Bible, or water bottle for the feasts of the Sacred & Immaculate Hearts on 6/II & 6/I2, and to celebrate the Chaste Heart of St. Joseph all year long!
HONEY & LOCUSTS
Are you brave enough to eat what St. John the Baptist ate in the desert? His feast day on 6/24 is usually celebrated with a bonfire on the evening before.
PLAN OF LIFE NOTEPAD
Use this 100 sheet notepad daily to commit yourself to a plan of life, just like St. Josemaría recommended! His feast is 6/26.
SPANISH TORTILLA RECIPE CARD
A meal to honor St. Josemaría – a Spanish priest!
CA MISSIONS VINTAGE POSTCARDS & PENCIL
Celebrate St. Junípero Serra on 7/ 1 with these colorized cards of the nine missions he founded. Use as art or mail! The replica 18th century-style pencil features his motto: “Siempre adelante, nunca atràs. Always forward, never back.”
ST. ZELIE LACE CRAFT
Honor the lacemaker on her feast day 7/12 with this simple and beautiful DIY “Carry On Bravely” string art set.
ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA PRINT
A beautiful rendering of the Lily of the Mohawks by MarekMade for her feast on 7/14, professionally printed at 5×7 inches on 110 lb smooth ultra white cardstock.
THREE SISTERS SOUP RECIPE CARD
A soup with a history relating to the three crops grown by her people – make it on St. Kateri’s feast day!
BROWN SCAPULAR
Our Lady of Mount Carmel offered this devotion, and she is remembered on 7/16.
ST. MARTHA CERAMIC SPOON REST
Famous complainer, patroness of cooks, and legendary dragon-tamer. She graced the cover of the first edition of The Joy of Cooking! Celebrate her feast day on 7/29.
ST. AUGUSTINE QUOTE BEER COASTERS
Pop these thick, premium coaster board coasters under a cold one in honor of his feast day on 8/28.

My goal when I started my blog in 2013 was to make liturgical living in the home fun and meaningful and accessible and doable for busy Catholics. My 2018 book, The Catholic All Year Compendium had the same purpose. I want to bring the rich history and traditions of the Church to people in a way that fits into modern life. I love sharing the fun, simple ways that we observe and reinvent decor, foods, and feast day traditions. But I know that it can still feel intimidating, and reading through a chapter in the book might leave someone wondering how to even begin to collect the resources I’ve spent nearly two decades putting together for liturgical living with my family. 

So when fellow Catholic mom Emily Tate, founder of the gift box company Pillar and Pearl, contacted me about creating a liturgical year box subscription, saying yes was, for me, the work of a moment. These boxes are a real passion project for the both of us, with high-quality, carefully-selected items sourced from Catholic makers, discovered in unlikely places, and handmade by us. 

A Catholic All Year Liturgical Living Box Subscription will get you eight boxes over the year, one delivered to your home before each liturgical season: Ordinary Time after Pentecost (two boxes: one for Summer and one for Fall), Advent, Christmas, Ordinary Time after the Baptism of the Lord, Lent, and Easter. The boxes include things like home decor, textiles, art, jewelry, beauty items, devotional items, simple crafts and DIY items, recipe cards, and more. The boxes are designed to be useful to women of all ages and for those with and without children.

This is a subscription. You’ll get a reminder email two days before you’re charged. You can cancel your subscription before the next box. These boxes are hand-packed just for you and include custom-made products, so no refunds are available once your credit card has been charged. U.S. shipping charges are a flat-rate $5 per box. Shipping to Canada is $20. Shipping to other international locations is $26 (subject to verification of actual shipping cost to your location). Please note that we are not responsible for any customs fees.

I just can’t tell you how excited I am that we can deliver these amazing faith resources to your home, so you can be prepared to celebrate the beauty of each liturgical season with your family and friends.

Each box costs $64.99 (plus shipping) and includes items valued at at least twice that much, and many that you can’t get anywhere else. These boxes are available in limited quantities. Each one includes handmade items and is created and hand-packed by us in the USA. 

Catholic All Year Subscription Box Schedule: 

  • SUMMER ORDINARY TIME BOX – Pentecost is May 23, 2021; boxes should arrive the week of May 13; credit cards charged April 13
  • FALL ORDINARY TIME BOX – Boxes should arrive the week of August 20; credit cards charged July 20
  • ADVENT BOX – Advent begins November 28, 2021; boxes should arrive the week of November 18; credit cards charged October 18
  • CHRISTMAS BOX – Christmas is December 25, 2021; boxes should arrive the week of December 15; credit cards charged November 15
  • WINTER ORDINARY TIME BOX – Baptism of the Lord is January 15, 2022; boxes should arrive the week of Jan 3; credit cards charged December 3
  • LENT BOX – Ash Wednesday is March 2, 2022. Boxes should arrive the week of February 13, credit cards charged December 13
  • TRIDUUM BOX – Palm Sunday is April 10, 2022. Boxes should arrive the week of February 27, credit cards charged January 27
  • EASTER BOX – Easter Sunday is April 17, 2022. Boxes should arrive the week of April 3, credit cards charged March 3
  • SUMMER ORDINARY TIME BOX – Pentecost is June 5, 2022; boxes should arrive the week of May 22; credit cards charged April 22

You will receive a reminder email 2 days before your credit card is charged. You can cancel your subscription between boxes. You will receive an email confirmation with tracking number when your box ships. We are not responsible for shipping delays once the box leaves our hands. International customers are responsible for any customs fees charged by their country. No returns are accepted, but please contact us if we can help make something right.

Additional information

Weight 1.75 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 2 in

2 reviews for Liturgical Year Subscription Boxes

  1. Isabel Marin (verified owner)

    The subscription boxes really help bring the liturgical year to life! Especially for busy families who do not always have time to make all the great ideas in Kendra’s Catholic All Year Compendium a reality, these boxes provide the needed boost. I particularly enjoy the contents when they are focused on activities that the family can do together. The egg dying kit, the Alleluia sign that we buried throughout lent, the tenebrae candelabra, the water balloons . . . these activities and more were a big hit in my family.

  2. cmerrill625 (verified owner)

    What a beautiful and easy way to live liturgically throughout the year! I have been so impressed with every boxed we’ve received thus far: beautifully crafted liturgical decor, tasty recipes (I think the fried catfish on Good Friday and Hot Cross buns have been my favorite thus far!), fun activities (the egg wraps, natural Easter egg dye, and Marian crowns have all been big hits!), and lovely prints. I so recommend these boxes especially if liturgical living feels overwhelming or you’re just starting out! Such fun!

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