Welcome to the ChurchYear.Net Blog!

Well, we have a blog! This blog will provide you a place to learn about various aspects of the Church year, as well as discuss your own customs and traditions associated with each. Be sure to stop by often and check us out.
We will try to update the blog regularly, even if it is to highlight some news article related to a component of the Church Year. Stop by, share some insights, and have some fun!

Let me tell you a little bit about who we are. We have provided accurate and understandable information about the Church Year since 2004. In fact, we get over a million visitors a year from all over the world, primarily the United States, but we also draw visitors from countries like Kuwait and Nigeria. The holidays we write about are universally celebrated.

Since this is the first post, I want to set the tone here. This is not a place for harsh debate. Cordial and charitable disagreements are likely to happen, but this blog is not a place to attack a person of any Christian denomination. Even though this site is run by Catholics, all people are welcome. We also won’t tolerate “anti-holiday” trolls. If you want to express why you don’t like Christmas, that is fine, but no “Christmas is pagan” trolling will be permitted. Yes, there are aspects of Christmas we share with pagans, but I know of no committed Christian that is a pagan, so we won’t go there either!

About David Bennett

David Bennett is an author, speaker, and small business owner. He started ChurchYear.Net in 2004, along with his brother Jonathan. The site gets over one million visitors a year, and Bennett’s writings have appeared in church bulletins, newspapers, and other media.

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