The article is a presentation of the Lublin carol register which is located in the “Ethnolinguistic Archive” Laboratory of the Institute of Polish Philology at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. The Laboratory collection consists of 1821 phonograms from field recordings from the years 1960-2017 that encompassed various genres of songs and spoken folklore. At the beginning of the 1990s, carol texts were separated from the collection and work on their descriptive-faceted description according to the principles formulated in the Literatura Ludowa (No 4-6, 1979) began. Currently, the carol register contains 6035 texts taken from 97 Polish publications (before 2000) and field recordings. It functions in both computerized (the KarKol database) and paper form. For the KarKol database, special indexes of incipits, sources, geographical names, genres as well as key words were elaborated. One can use the register in the “Ethnolinguistic Archive” Laboratory at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin.