Sunday, January 10, 2016

What Ordinary Time Looks Like

Today marks the beginning of a short stretch of Ordinary Time.  In the Liturgical Year, Ordinary Time occurs:
-From the Baptism of the Lord (3rd Sunday after Christmas) to the first Sunday of Lent
-And from Trinity Sunday (Sunday after Pentecost) to Christ the King (Sunday before Advent)

During Ordinary Time, we focus especially on the Life of Christ and growing in our relationships with the Lord.  Click on the printable above for some of the signs and symbols of this Liturgical Season.

You might also like these posts:
What Advent Looks Like
What Christmas Looks Like
What Lent Looks Like
What Easter Looks Like


  1. are these printable? Thanks
    Religious Ed teacher

    1. Yup! If you click on the image, it will open as a printable pdf!

    2. I got a 404 error on both Ordinary Time and Lent.

    3. Hmm, I'm sorry about that! I just double checked and all the links are active and working. If you are unable to open them (hosted on Google Drive) please send me an email at looktohimandberadiant (at) gmail (dot) com and I'll send them to you directly!

  2. This is a wonderful resource for subject launch - TY