Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral
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A weekly newsletter gives the very latest information to everyone attending Mass both at the Cathedral and The Poor Clares Convent, with the most current version on the website by clicking here.

The Parish Proclaimer magazine is issued four times a year – winter, spring, summer and autumn – to local parishioners who attend weekend Masses either in the Cathedral or Poor Clares Convent. The parish magazine provides a wide range of news features and written contributions from the local parish community. The 56-page magazine has a full colour front and back cover; inside pages in black & white. 500 magazines are produced each quarter, available – for free - in dispensers in the Cathedral’s welcome area and in the gift shop. There is also an online version from the Cathedral’s website (the link appears in the last paragraph below) enabling anyone to email the magazine to family and friends around our global community!

Local businesses have been very helpful supporting the parish magazine through advertising. As this income pays for the production of four magazines, advertisers are asked to commit to a full 12-month advertising schedule. They can provide their own advertisement to the standards required (details indicated on the booking form). Alternatively they can get the help of the Magazine Editor to design one specific for the magazine. There is flexibility if an advertiser wants to start from a particular season in the year, on the understanding of the commitment to a 12-month schedule and pay ‘up front’ either by cheque or bank transfer. Interested local businesses keen to advertise in the Parish Proclaimer should email clouter@mac.com for more information and rates.

Please click here to read the latest issue or our growing archive of previous parish magazine editions.

The Bell Magazine is Arundel's own self-funded magazine, produced quarterly and delivered to every home and business in the postal code area. Members of the three Christian churches give their time voluntarily to form the editorial team. As well as lively articles of local interest, The Bell has a Town Diary, listing forthcoming events of all kinds, and a Directory of the many local services and groups with their contact telephone numbers. Click here to read the most current edition.

 

Preparing the Carpet of Flowers  
           
               
    The Cathedral Organ