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5 Great planners designed to support a Catholic lifestyle


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Theresa Civantos Barber - published on 02/26/21

Still haven't found the right planner? Check out these options!

A planner is usually an essential tool for any busy person. But for much of 2020, planners sat blank and got dusty. This year, however, we are hopeful that life may return to more normalcy, and even if it doesn’t, we still have things to accomplish and remember—as individuals and as families .

Even if many of your appointments and commitments are still virtual, this is a good time to make sure you have a planner you love and look forward to using for the rest of the year.

There are so many options for great planners, but here are 5 specifically designed to support a Catholic lifestyle. If you still haven’t picked out a planner for this year, or aren’t loving the one you have, check out one of these options!

1The Saintmaker Catholic Life Planner

The makers of this planner delved into the lives of the saints and Catholic faithful throughout time, then combined that knowledge with the modern science of personal productivity. The result is an advanced life-planning system that’s steeped in ancient wisdom.

The Saintmaker Catholic Life Planner

2Theology of Home Planner

This planner channels the beauty and inspiration of the the best-selling Theology of Home book, bringing order and organization daily life. It’s designed to bring more beauty, intentionality, and structure to home life, daily life, and life out in the world.

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3The Catholic Planner

This planner helps Catholics organize their busy lives while keeping Christ at the center. It’s a useful companion whether you’re just embarking on your Catholic journey or looking to strengthen and prioritize your faith.

4Monk Manual

The Monk Manual is a daily system for peaceful being and purposeful doing, designed to bring the timeless wisdom of monastic living into everyday life. This 90-day planner helps people focus on the most important things, for a life of greater peace, purpose and productivity.

5Catholic All Year Weekly Meal Planner

This planner has been mindfully designed for busy moms and everyone who wants to focus a bit more on learning about the lives of the saints, the history and traditions of the Church, and bringing the people they love together around the table.


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