What is www.SuperiorCatholicHerald.org?
www.SuperiorCatholicHerald.org is a product of the Superior Catholic Herald, official newspaper of the Diocese of Superior, Wisconsin. This website is not meant to replicate or replace the print edition, only complement it.
What is the mission of the Superior Catholic Herald and www.SuperiorCatholicHerald.org?
The mission of www.SuperiorCatholicHerald.org, like the Superior Catholic Herald, is to be the key source of information about the church in the 16 northwestern counties of Wisconsin that make up the Diocese of Superior. This website provides news, analysis and commentary about the church at the local, world and national levels and about issues of concern to the Catholic community. This website acts as an instrument of evangelization by providing current information and guidance in matters of faith, morals and spiritual life.
When was the Superior Catholic Herald first published?
What is the relationship between the Superior Catholic Herald and the bishop?
The Bishop of Superior is the publisher of the Superior Catholic Herald.
What is the relationship between the Superior Catholic Herald and the Diocese of Superior?
Through its print and web editions, the Superior Catholic Herald serves the administration of the Diocese of Superior and the Catholic community of northwestern Wisconsin in being an extension of the bishop’s teaching office, and by chronicling the Catholic story as it is lived locally, nationally and internationally.
What is the Wisconsin Catholic Media Apostolate Inc.?
The Wisconsin Catholic Media Apostolate owns and publishes the Superior Catholic Herald and other Catholic newspapers and information vehicles in Wisconsin.
Who currently receives the Superior Catholic Herald?
The Superior Catholic Herald currently has more than 12,000 subscribers and an estimated readership of more than 36,000, given the pass-along rate, each week.
How does the Superior Catholic Herald compare to other Catholic diocesan newspapers?
The Superior Catholic Herald is one of 168 Catholic diocesan newspapers published in the United States. It is unique in that it receives no subsidies from parishes or the diocese, generating revenue only from subscriptions and advertising sales. When the paper started in 1953 then-bishop Albert Meyer mandated that all registered parish members in the diocese are to receive a subscription to the Superior Catholic Herald through their parish.
What regularly appears in the Catholic Herald?
- Feature stories about Catholics living their faith, and local, national and international news.
- Columns focusing on faith formation
- Calendar of events happening in and around the diocese.
- News from the Vatican
What is the Superior Catholic Herald policy on letters to the editor or guest opinions?
At this time the Superior Catholic Herald does not run letters to the editor. If you are interested in writing a guest column for the paper please contact the editor.
Superior Catholic Herald
P.O. Box 969
Superior, WI 54880
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What is the Superior Catholic Herald’s Web site address?
How can I obtain a copy of the Superior Catholic Herald?
Visit the subscribe portion of this web site, or call 715-394-0214.