Aurora is changing

Earlier this year, the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle surveyed readers to find out what they value about Aurora and how they like to receive news. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback.

The results highlighted that while many people appreciate the content in Aurora, there is an appetite to receive local news from the Church in a more contemporary way.

We’ve listened to your voice, and in 2022 we will be making some changes.

We’re enhancing Aurora to expand its reach and create a more diversified news channel that ensures the good news of the Church reaches more people in our community.

Aurora will continue to be a print publication, however, from next year it will become a quarterly publication made available from the first weekend of each new season (March, June, September and December).

We will also be increasing our digital footprint, enabling us to deliver timely news to you, wherever you are.

To keep abreast of Catholic news in our diocese, follow us on our social channels and visit our website mnnews.today/aurora

We thank our loyal readers and those of you who have shared your stories with us for your support over the years, and we hope you will join us as we get set to embark on an exciting new chapter.

May the joy of the Advent season be with you.

The Aurora editorial team.

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Lizzie Snedden

Lizzie is Team Leader Content for the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle.

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