Q: We have a Parish website, so why do we need this?
A: This magazine is intended primarily as a service to the St. Pius community of priests and people; if we regard the four vibrant church communities of the Parish as its pillars, then we should ensure that they are, and remain, sound.
Q: Will the other communities have their own magazines?
A: If St. Pius InPrint is successful then our sister communities of the Parish might be encouraged to do something similar and may be able to take advantage of our experience - whatever it may be.
Q: Is this an official publication?
A: It has originated from within the community.
Q: Who is paying for it?
A: The costs are modest and it is hoped to form a small 'funding group' prepared to meet the costs on a benevolent basis.
Q: How will St Pius InPrint reach the whole community?
A: 'Delivery' is envisaged in the following ways:
Q: Who will edit the magazine?
A: It is hoped to have an editorial group of perhaps three or four people, to ensure continuity.
Q: How often will St Pius InPrint be updated?
A: The advantage of the electronic format is that we are not limited to publication dates - in theory updates can be daily; it depends on the resources and readership
Q: How can the editorial group guarantee that all news and calendar items are up to date?
A: They can't. The magazine will only be as up to date as its contributions allow - fortunately it's easy to contribute!
Q: Who has initiated this magazine?
A: Nick Fox; he was inspired by the comments of numerous parishioners.