Free Printable January 2020 Calendar

January is the first calendar months we know today. It was named after the God of the beginnings and the transformations, Janus. Januarius in Latin means the month of Janus. It was added in the January printable calendar in 719 BC with 29 days when the king Noma Pompilius was taken on the lunar calendar. This month is dedicated to the Holy Name of Jesus, celebrated on the 3rd of January. The initial eight days of January take place amid the liturgical season called Christmas, represented by the white liturgical color. The remaining days of January mark the beginning of the normal time. The liturgical color becomes green, a symbol of hope to reap the eternal heaven harvest, especially the glorious hope.

The name, given to January is obtained from the ancient Roman name Janus who supervised at the New Year’s Gate. He was celebrated as the God of doorways, gateways and the God of the journey. Janus protected gate of heaven and was linked with the Goddess Juno Janus, often symbolized by the images of a face looking at the same time. This symbolism can easily be related to the month known to many as the beginning of a new year that offers new opportunities. We take the old one and welcome the new one. It is a time when many reflect on the events of the previous year and often decide to repair or improve certain aspects of daily life or personal philosophy. It is better to keep a January 2020 template calendar and mark the days.

January Holidays and Events Mentioned in the January Printable Calendar
Here is a list of some special events marked on the blank January Calendar makes a January printable calendar and January template calendar extremely important.


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