30 Social Media Templates you need in March

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30 Social Media Templates you need in March

Throughout March, there are events not to be missed, key dates to be remembered. To help you get your game on, we have already created a calendar of key national holiday and popular themes for the month- all free to adapt to your own needs or use as is.

We have added some stellar creatives and content you can download and use. These will help your punctuate your publications and especially their themes.

Let’s get started.

March 1-31- Women’s History Month

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March is Women’s History Month. Who are women that inspire you? #Women’sHistoryMonth

March 1-31- St. Joseph

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The Month of March is dedicated to St. Joseph. The Pope has declared 2021 the year of St. Joseph.

March 1-31- Season of Lent

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Lent is a journey. A 40-day season of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. To help you deepen your journey, check out GiveCentral’s Lenten Reflection Series.

March 1-31- Season of Lent

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Powerful words from Pope Francis during his Ash Wednesday homily. “Lent is a journey that involves our whole life, our entire being. It is a time to reconsider the path we are taking, to find the route that leads us home and to rediscover our profound relationship with God, on whom everything depends. Lent is not just about the little sacrifices we make, but about discerning where our hearts are directed. This is the core of Lent”

March 1-31- Season of Lent

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Lent is a time for believing, for welcoming God into our lives and allowing Him to ‘make his dwelling’ among us. – Pope Francis’ Message for Lent 2021

March 1- First Day of March

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Happy March!

March 3- St. Katharine Drexel

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St. Katharine Drexel is the patron saint of racial justice and philanthropists. St. Katharine, Pray for Us!

March 3- World Wildlife Day

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As many as 350 million people live within or adjacent to forested areas around the world. They rely on the ecosystem services provided by forests and forest species to meet their essential needs. Learn more: https://www.wildlifeday.org/ #ForestsPeoplePlanet #WWD2021

March 4- St. Casmir

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St. Casmir, Pray for Us!

March 7- Third Sunday of Lent

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We hope you’ll leverage the Lenten Reflection Series to further engage your parishioners and augment your Lent programming and plans.  Look for the Sunday, March 14 reflection and support communications tools in the coming days. 

March 8- International Women’s Day

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It’s International Women’s Day. What women have inspired you? #iwd2021 #InternationalWomensDaySt. Casmir, Pray for Us!

March 8- St. John of God, Religious

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St. John of God, Pray for Us!

March 9- St. Frances of Rome

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Saint Frances of Rome, help us to see the difference between what we want to do and what God wants us to do. Help us to discern what comes from our will and what comes from God’s desire. Amen.

March 12- National Girl Scout Day

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Happy 109th Birthday Girl Scouts! Over a century ago, Juliette Gordon Low organized the first ever Girl Scout troop meeting in Georgia. Pass the Thin Mint cupcakes, please!

March 13- Anniversary of Pope Francis’ Election

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Today we mark the 8th anniversary of Pope Francis’ election by the papal conclave as Bishop of Rome and leader of the Catholic Church. In his honor, why not take time today to say the Prayer of St. Francis? #PapalAnniversary

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Today is the 8th anniversary of Pope Francis’ election. In his honor, why not take time today to say the Prayer of St. Francis? #PapalAnniversary

March 14- Fourth Sunday of Lent. Laetare Sunday

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Today, the 4th Sunday of Lent, is known as Laetare Sunday, which means, rejoice. On this day, the Church expresses hope and joy in the midst of our Lenten fasts and penances. Check out this Lenten Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Lent

March 15- National Napping Day

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It’s National Napping Day – a great time to catch some zzzzz and catch up from the lost hour of sleep! Do you like to nap? #HorizontalMeditation

March 17- St. Patrick’s Day

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May the good saints protect you and bless you today, and may trouble ignore you each step of the way

March 18- St. Cyril of Jerusalem

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St. Cyril of Jerusalem, was a fourth-century bishop and theologian. After being ordained a priest, he was given the task of educating those preparing to enter the faith. His catechetical lectures are still treasured today. St. Cyril, Pray for Us!

March- 19 St. Joseph

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Pope Francis declared 2021 the Year of St. Joseph. As we celebrate his feast day, let us pray this prayer which Pope Francis shared and encourages us to pray together during the Year of St. Joseph:

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.
Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
and defend us from every evil.
Amen.

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Pope Francis declared 2021 the Year of St. Joseph. St. Joseph, Pray for Us!

March 20- First Day of Spring Spring Equinox

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First Day of Spring Spring Equinox

March 20- International Day of Happiness

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Happy International Day of Happiness! What makes you happy?

March 21- Fifth Sunday of Lent

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One Church, Many Voices –  click here to read this Fifth Sunday of Lent reflection #Lent2021 

March 23- National Puppy Day

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It’s National Puppy Day – a day dedicated to man’s best friend and encouraging puppy adoption. Share a picture of your puppy #puppylove

March 23- Turibio de Mogrovejo

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Turibio de Mogrovejo was the Archbishop of Lima, Peru. He is best known for upholding the rights of Peru’s indigenous peoples. He became one of the first canonized saints of the Americas. St. Turibio de Mogrovejo, Pray for Us!

March 25- Annunciation of the Lord

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Today’s feast celebrates the Angel Gabriel’s visit to Mary and her willingness to answer God’s call to bear his only Son. Join us for mass at (insert mass times) either in person by reserving your seat (include link) or virtually (include link).

March 27- Earth Hour

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Join the global movement making the #SwitchforNature by turning off power tonight at 8:30pm in recognition of Earth Hour. It would be a terrific time to light candles and meditate

March 28- Palm Sunday

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Why do we use Palms? In ancient times, palm branches were a symbol of goodness and victory. It was a tradition to spread them before a King. Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem. As he rode into the city, his followers spread palm branches at his feet and called him Hosanna

March 29,30- Monday of Holy Week, Tuesday of Holy Week

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Holy Week is here! We look forward to celebrating during the Triduum with you. We invite you to celebrate with us in-person by reserving your seat (include link) or virtually (include link): (Insert masses and times here)

March 31- Wednesday of Holy Week

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Join us tomorrow, Holy Thursday, for the Mass of the Lord’s Supper at (insert mass times) either in person by reserving your seat (include link) or virtually (include link).

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