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Announcement    If you’ve been looking for your O•N•E stop shop for all your Catholic planning, I’m happy to tell you, you’ve found it, friend!

Once selling on another platform, I am super pleased to take up permanent residence at Etsy and look forward to chatting with y’all. If you have a good idea for a product I’m not currently offering, please shoot me a message and let me know what you think is missing from the Catholic planning world!

Now taking pre-orders for DAYBOOK Academic 2021-2022 (July-July)

Order today - it’s the best step you’ll take towards a better tomorrow. 🥰

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Last updated on Apr 15, 2021

If you’ve been looking for your O•N•E stop shop for all your Catholic planning, I’m happy to tell you, you’ve found it, friend!

Once selling on another platform, I am super pleased to take up permanent residence at Etsy and look forward to chatting with y’all. If you have a good idea for a product I’m not currently offering, please shoot me a message and let me know what you think is missing from the Catholic planning world!

Now taking pre-orders for DAYBOOK Academic 2021-2022 (July-July)

Order today - it’s the best step you’ll take towards a better tomorrow. 🥰

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About CatholicSistas

Sales 541
On Etsy since 2015

How it began...

DAYBOOK
+it's the best first step you'll take towards organizing a better tomorrow.+

Martina Kreitzer, foundress of Catholic Sistas

It wasn't until I was a couple of years into making and selling Catholic planners that it finally sunk in...and...clicked. There was a disconnect between the chaos and lack of organization in my life because I didn't know HOW to plan. When I first started creating Catholic planners (then called Catholic Through The Year), I had some idea of what I wanted, but really it was a learn-as-you-go process, satisfied with the progress with each released version. I always promised myself I'd do more with the next version of the planner. And I did. But the planner was not quite where I wanted it to be until DAYBOOK came about.

I don't know about you, but I expect a LOT from my Catholic planner. I wanted it to be so chockfull of Catholic elements that turning the pages felt like I was in some kind of Catholic planner candy store! And so that has been the approach that I've taken. I wanted it to work for the Novus Ordo Mass goer every bit as much as the Traditional Latin Mass goer, which is why I feature elements from both calendars. I wanted it to function for every Catholic woman - single, married, large families, growing families, college students, homeschooling families, working women.

And while I know no planner will meet the needs of every Catholic woman because we all have different tastes and needs, I really feel like DAYBOOK delivers to that spiritual sweet spot in a truly unique way for the majority of Catholic women.

At the end of the day, it has to function best for YOU - and that will look different from anyone else who owns DAYBOOK.

When traditional planner elements are married with bullet journal elements, combined with disc binding, YOU now have a planner that work best for YOUR Catholic life.

Do you have an idea or suggestion for DAYBOOK? I'd love to hear from you! Send me an email at Martina [!at] CatholicSistas.com and let's talk!

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  • Martina Kreitzer

    Owner, Designer, Photographer

    Daughter of the Most High, wife to Neil, mom to many, many, many children. Eleven to be exact. Eight here and three in God's arms. Former homeschooling momma of ten years and creator of Catholic Sistas. Welcome, friend.

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  • P&B Print

    Round Rock, TX

    Printing and binding

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Last updated on Jul 22, 2020
Frequently asked questions
What’s the difference between the Academic and the Liturgical DAYBOOK? Don’t they both contain liturgical content?

GREAT QUESTION! We use the terminology that mirrors the Church, and when the universal Church refers to the liturgical year, it starts with the first Sunday of Advent. Our liturgical DAYBOOK also starts with the first Sunday of Advent. Our academic DAYBOOK starts July 1. Both DAYBOOK editions contain content that is relevant for all Catholics such as feast day reminders, rosary mystery prompts, prayers, and daily readings according to the Novus Ordo as well as Extraordinary Form feast days and Ember Days.

What size are the discs used with DAYBOOK?

Our discs are 28mm (1.1”) in diameter and hold close to 150 sheets of 24# paper. They are compatible with the Levenger paper punch.

What discs do you recommend if I choose to buy my own?

Great question! We are now selling DAYBOOK discs. These ARE an investment and you really only need to buy them once.

Why are the hard copies now offered unpunched?

To meet the needs of more folks, the decision to sell them unpunched was an easy one. For folks who want disc binding, you will receive your DAYBOOK punched and ready to assemble. For others who want to coil bind or hole punch, you will pay less for your DAYBOOK and can opt to have whatever binding you choose. Win-win!

Speaking of assembling, why does my DAYBOOK arrive unassembled as disc bound?

They arrive unassembled for a couple of practical reasons and one unique reason. First, to keep shipping to bare minimum on my end, mailing them unassembled leaves for less room for it to arrive damaged. Who wants to open a package and find the discs are broken or pages have shifted and been compromised? I know I wouldn't! So...you will be able to assemble it, but here's the good news - you can sift through all your pages FIRST and decide where you want your planner sheets to go. Maybe you want all your bundle sheets at the back...or maybe you want your mood trackers right along with the calendar months. You can do that with disc binding. So...organize however you like and then assemble so it meets YOUR needs.

Ok, how am I assembling this thing?

Included in your package, you will find instructions jotted down inside DAYBOOK as well as a QR code to take you to an assembly video. Follow those instructions and you will have it assembled in just a few minutes, tops! You can also view the assembly video here in the shop’s about section.

Can we expect any other new products from Catholic Through The Year?

In 2019-2020, a whole host of new products were rolled out, in addition to the Household Management, Homeschool, and Blogger bundles. A fitness bundle, self care, weekly meal planner, mood & habit were also added! We also sell filler paper for DAYBOOK in a variety of styles, such as plain, lined, graph, and dotted paper. More and more products will be released, so subscribe to the blog or bookmark the store page to be in the know! Have a suggestion? Please drop us a line to have your product/need considered. :)

Custom and personalized orders

This is a digital file that will be e-mailed to you and it is printable from home or a print shop. You will not receive anything via snail mail.

Do I really have to print this myself?

Not necessarily. You can opt to pay to have a print shop print it up for you. The idea behind the planner is to offer it to you at a great price, which allows you the option to put money into printing, whether at home using your own ink or at a local print shop.

I don’t know about all those pages – the print shop is charging me an arm and a leg – I know it’s an inexpensive purchase, but I feel like I’m spending a fortune to get it printed.

The best bang for your buck is going to be print it at home, in b&w, no doubt. The color (found in the bundles) is for those who are looking for that option. Print shops are definitely notorious for being proud of their prices – my advice is to shop your rates around, print as much as you can in b&w {if not all of it} and then have the print shop print smaller quantities in color.