USCCB Liturgical Calendar 2022

Dear readers, here we are offering USCCB Liturgical Calendar 2022 PDF to all of you. The 2022 liturgical year begins on the First Sunday of Advent, November 28, 2021. During the year 2022. If you are also looking for this precious information then you can stay here on this page.
Each year the Secretariat of Divine Worship of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops publishes the Liturgical Calendar for the Dioceses of the United States of America. This Calendar is used by authors of ordines and other liturgical aids published to foster the celebration of the liturgy in our country.

USCCB Liturgical Calendar 2022 PDF – MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

  1. Scripture citations are based on the New American Bible with the revised New Testament and may differ slightly from the citations given in the Ordo Lectionum Missæ (1981) due to differences in versification.
  2. In the preparation of diocesan and provincial Calendars and ordines, the dedication of diocesan cathedrals, the dedication of parish churches, and special days of prayer (cf. General Instruction of the Roman Missal [GIRM], no. 373) should be added, along with other commemorations of Saints and Blesseds which are included in those particular Calendars. More information is available in the Universal Norms on the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, particularly Chapter II.
  3. “On Saturdays in Ordinary Time when no Obligatory Memorial occurs, an Optional Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary may be celebrated” (Universal Norms on the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, no. 15). This is indicated in the Calendar by “BVM.” The readings and prayers may be selected from the Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary or Votive Masses of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Roman Missal, or the Collection of Masses of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
  4. In a decree dated March 23, 1992, the Bishop of Honolulu designated Christmas and the Immaculate Conception as the only two Holydays of Obligation for the State of Hawaii. This implements the indult received from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments on May 26, 1990, and the subsequent nihil obstat from the National Conference of Catholic Bishops allowing Hawaii to legislate on this matter in accord with the policies of the Episcopal Conference of the Pacific (CEPAC).
  5. This liturgical Calendar has entries for Independence Day and Thanksgiving Day since they are inscribed in the Proper Calendar for the Dioceses of the United States of America, but it does not include other civic holidays commonly celebrated in this country (for example, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc.). Respecting the liturgical norms (cf.GIRM, nos. 368-378), the Roman Missal offers appropriate Masses, but this Calendar makes no suggestions for those holidays.

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