DATES: January 6 through the day before Ash Wednesday
LITURGICAL COLORS: Epiphany Day: White; Rest of the season: Green

This wintry season of Ordinary Time after Epiphany (where “ordinary” is derived from the Latin ordo: a counted order or rhythm) reminds os of the the revelation Christ…the revealing to the world of the Incarnation. It invites us to make our hearts and homes places of revelation and growth – just as signs of new growth begin to appear amidst the cold of winter during this season.

Divided by the Christmas and Easter cycles, Ordinary Time as a whole is split into this beautiful wintry aspect (Ordinary Time – Season After Epiphany) and a summertime aspect (Ordinary Time – Season After Pentecost).


WINTER QUIET


RESOURCES

Resources & ideas to help you fold meaningful winter traditions into your own family & community

Coming soon!

REFLECTIONS

Deeper dives and reflections

ARTWORK

Art reflecting on the liminal wintry space in January & February.


EPIPHANY DAY
January 6


RESOURCES

Resources & ideas to help you fold meaningful Epiphany traditions into your own family & community

Coming soon!

REFLECTIONS

Deeper dives and reflections

Coming soon!

ARTWORK

Art reflecting on Epiphany – inspired by this feast’s traditions, folklore, and plantlore.


CANDLEMAS
February 2


RESOURCES

Resources & ideas to help you fold meaningful rushbearing traditions into your own family & community

Printables
free!

REFLECTIONS

Deeper dives and reflections

Coming soon!

ARTWORK

Art reflecting on the age-old tradition of keeping time with Advent candles.


St. VALENTINE’S DAY
February 14


RESOURCES

Resources to help you bring this celebration into your own community

REFLECTIONS

Deeper dives and reflections

ARTWORK

Art reflecting on St. Valentine’s Day – inspired by this feast’s traditions, folklore, and plantlore.