The Holy Pastafarian Colander

Where the cool pirates go to stay up to date...

What is this?

The Holy Pastafarian Colander is what is known to landlubbers as a calendar. It contains all the Pastafarian holidays (one each and every day of the year!), for your piratic enjoyment 😊

You can find PDF versions in A4 and Letter format and editions with either Sunday or Monday as the first day of the week.

There is also a link so you can import The Holy Pastafarian Colander into your digital calendar, so you can see what holiday you might want to be celebrating.

Who made this?

Chronographer

The Holy Pastafarian Colander is the brainchild of Ned "Bruce" Gallagher, an Australian pirate and pastafarian who has been roaming the interwebs for years in the service of Our Noodly Creator. Every year this semi-mad adherent of the holy pasta assembles ideas via the official Church of the FSM Facebook page for the coming year's apocalypses and holy days.

Artist

Our artist for the past two years is the immensely skilled Russian pastafarian Andrey Penkin.

You can find more of his work here:

Layouts and Interwebz

The Danish pastafarian, Pastor Farian, performs the digital grunt-work of converting the collected days into PDF format, and updating the Google Calendar.

Download

Sunday as first day of the week Letter format    A4 format

Monday as first day of the week Letter format    A4 format


Digital Colander

To add The Holy Pastafarian Colander to your digital calendar (Google Calendar, Outlook, etc.), use this link
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0?cid=ZnNtY29sYW5kZXJAZ21haWwuY29t

If you prefer an ics file, you can get it here: ICS file

Guide for Google Calender (more info):

  • On your computer, open Google Calendar.
  • On the left, next to "Other calendars," click "Add", "Add other calendars" and then "From URL".
  • Enter the calendar's address: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/fsmcolander%40gmail.com/public/basic.ics
  • Click Add calendar. The calendar appears on the left, under "Other calendars."