We’re redeveloping the Archdiocese of Edmonton website – and we want to hear from you!

It’s part of Archbishop Smith’s larger plan for modernizing diocesan and parish communications. As more and more people seek out church information online, it is vital that the new site be as inviting and useful as possible. This is not just a matter of updating the ‘look’ of the site; it involves examining all of our content and rethinking how we present it.  

The goal is to ensure that it meets the needs of our Catholic lay community and the general public, as well as the needs of clergy, religious and staff at parishes, the Pastoral & Administration offices, and other Catholic institutions. So we are conducting a survey of stakeholders to find out how best we can serve our various audiences. It’s an online survey that will take 10 minutes or less to fill out, and it includes an opportunity to express interest in attending a workshop to engage more fully in person. There is also room for offering opinions about your parish website.

Please share your thoughts with us at https://caedm.ca/survey, and feel free to pass it along to anyone you think might be interested.

The survey closes on Monday, January 28, at 11:59 p.m.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Questions? Contact Lorraine Turchansky or Alan Schietzsch in the Communications Office.