We are also now sending our weekly newsletter via email.

To receive our weekly newsletter via email, please sign up using the form below.

SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE NEWSLETTERS BY EMAIL!

Newsletters are sent weekly. You can unsubscribe any time.

By signing up for the newsletter you are added to a list to receive weekly newsletters as well as being added to the parish email list. This is how we can most quickly keep all parishioners informed of important news and updates. These emails are sent quarterly or as needed.

FAQs

Why haven’t I been receiving any newsletter emails?

At the parish, we have two email lists, one is a collection of all parishioners’ emails addresses and one is a list of people who consent to receive our weekly email newsletter. Saint Dominic Parish adheres to Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL), which requires a recipient’s permission to send out emails.

Although our newsletter email probably doesn’t qualify as a Commercial Electronic Message, we will adhere to the CASL as newsletter service providers do. Therefore, in order to receive our newsletter emails you must sign up for this service, giving your consent, even if you have already signed up for the parish emails – as they are two separate lists. You can sign up for the newsletters by filling in the form above, located at saintdominic.ca/newsletter.

Once you sign up, you must click the link in the confirmation email in order to start receiving the newsletter.

How do I stop receiving newsletters?

If you decide to no longer receive newsletters, you can remove yourself from the ‘Receive newsletters’ list. To do so, click ‘Manage my subscription’ at the bottom of a parish email and deselect the checkbox ‘Receive newsletters’; then click ‘save’. You will no longer receive parish newsletters via email, yet remain on the parish email list for infrequent important updates. If you no longer wish to receive any parish emails, click the ‘unsubscribe’ link.

How do I access the newsletter on my mobile phone?

When you click the link for the latest newsletter in the email, it will usually download the file to your phone. You can open it from your notification list. You may need to download a separate app to read .pdf files, such as Adobe Acrobat.