Greetings from Catholic Outlook magazine!

We’re excited to showcase your brand across our vibrant and diverse community throughout Western Sydney, the Blue Mountains, and beyond.
Here’s why teaming up with us can make a real difference:

Engaged & Diverse Audience:
We boast a wonderfully diverse community with a significant readership composed of students and migrants. The Diocese also stands out with one of the country’s youngest populations, with a median Catholic age of 39.
8,500 copies distributed quarterly.
25,000+ unique visitors visit each month.
Over 3,500 subscribers to our daily online newsletter
Strong social media presence to an engaged Catholic audience

Community Connection:
Our high-quality content resonates with our connected community. Distributed among 47 parishes, more than 80 Catholic schools, independent schools, aged care facilities, and government agencies, Catholic Outlook offers local news and events, opinion pieces, reflective articles, activities for kids, and more. Recognized for its quality, each edition receives glowing feedback from readers and has earned several accolades.

We look forward to showcasing your brand across Catholic Outlook. 

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Advertising Enquiries:
(02) 8838 3400

Advertising Terms and Conditions:

1. The Publisher may cancel any or all advertisements in the following circumstances:
  i. The advertisement is not submitted in accordance with these terms and conditions;
  ii. The Advertiser:
   • Suspends or ceases business activities;
   • Is In liquidation or insolvent; or
   • Has had a receiver or trustee appointed in respect of any property.
2. Any advertisement submitted must:
  i. Comply with the Publishers advertising guidelines as set out in the advertising rates;
  ii. Comply with these terms and conditions;
  iii. Not be false or misleading;
  iv. Not be in breach of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and any other applicable state or Commonwealth law including any laws relating to trade promotions;
  v. Not breach any third party intellectual property rights, including copyright, trademarks and any moral rights;
  vi. Not breach any other contractual or proprietary rights of third parties.
3. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisements which is not submitted and does not comply with the terms and conditions.
4. The Advertiser indemnifies the Publisher, its officers and employees and related bodies corporates, against any action, claim, loss, expense or cost, suffered or incurred, whether directly or indirectly by the Publisher, its officers and employees and related bodies corporate as a result of any breach by the Advertiser of the terms and conditions or otherwise in connection with the publishing of the Advertisement or non-publishing of the Advertisement, as the case may be.
5. Despite any other term and to the maximum extent as permitted by law, the Publisher will not bear any liability to the Advertiser for the consequential loss, including loss of profits, loss of business opportunities or loss of goodwill howsoever arising (including negligence).
6. These terms will be governed by the laws of NSW and the parties irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in that state.
7. The Advertiser must take full responsibility in relation to copyright of the said advertisement. This includes all images and text. The Advertiser must ensure that
the advertisement complies with all aspects of trade practices law and ensures all responsibilities should be taken on these terms. The responsibility is on the person, company, or agent submitting the advertisement for publication.
8. The Advertisers and their agents must accept full responsibility for proceedings brought against the publication arising out of the advertisement. The provision of any material automatically constitutes acceptance of this clause. The booked space shall only be used for the advertisement of the business to which the booking is made.
9. The Publisher reserves the right to increase rates for advertisements with a minimum of one month’s notice. Contracted rates are valid for the life of the contract. New rates will be renegotiated.
10. The Publisher reserves the right to decline advertisements considered to be inappropriate in relation to the foundations of the publication and the Diocese of Parramatta. The final decision on all advertising material remains at the discretion of the Publisher.
11. The Publisher will use every care to ensure the correct insertion and layout of an advertisement, however, cannot guarantee insertion on any specific date or position within its publications. Accidental errors in relation to the advertisement do not invalidate the order.
12. If agreed minimum usage is not met, applicable surcharges will apply. The surcharge will consist of the difference in rates of the contracted rate and the correct rate for the new level of space purchased over the life of the contract. For contracted rates only.
13. Page loadings will apply when specific pages are requested by the advertiser or their agent. Specification of page numbers should be embodied within the purchase order. Positioning ultimately remains at the discretion of the editor.
14. Supplied press-ready artwork must be submitted by the materials deadline as outlined on page 6 of this document. If this deadline is not met, the Publisher reserves the right to charge the full rate for the advertisement or place the previous artwork published within the publication at the quoted rate.
15. Credit shall only be given to those advertisers whom the Publisher considers appropriate. All accounts must be finalised within 30 days of the date of
the invoice. First time advertisers will not be given credit unless considered necessary by the Publisher.
16. The Publisher reserves the right to destroy advertising material kept for a period of three months from the last date of publication of the advertisement, unless the Publisher is advised and agreement otherwise is set in place.
17. Advertisers and their agencies are advised to be knowledgeable in all aspects of the law surrounding advertising and the Trade Practices Act.
18. Heavy penalties apply to organisations found to breach these laws and guidelines. The responsibilities in relation to compliance with these regulations rest in whole upon the advertiser and their agent.