- One row for each Sunday in this period, labelled with the corresponding feast from the Irish liturgical calendar.
Review it against your own country's liturgical calendar, to remove Irish-specific feasts, and add your own.
- Extra rows for the non-Sunday feast days when many churches are likely to have music (St Patrick's day, Easter)
Change these to suit your local calendar.
- Four columns: one each for co-ordinator, musician(s), song-leader / cantor and audio-visual.
Change these to suit your local needs.
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About the three-month planning approachThe three-month planning approach adopted here matches both the liturgical and secular seasons :
- Feb - Mar - April (always covers Lent and Easter)
- May - Jun - Jul (spring / summer in Europe, winter in the southern hemisphere)
- Aug - Sept - Oct (Back-to-school = start of a new year in Europe. Spring in the south.)
- Nov - Dec - Jan (New Year and summer-holidays in the south, people get together in late January to plan for the rest of the year).