Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting! This Web Site, www.preciousbloodsistersdayton.org, is owned and operated by the Sisters of the Precious Blood, Dayton, Ohio.

Personal Information
We respect the privacy of all our visitors. When you visit our Web Site you remain anonymous (see Web server logs below).

The only personal information collected by this Web Site is information you voluntarily submit to us.

When you use one of the contact forms on this site in order to request information or offer comments, you will be asked to submit your name and e-mail address. Some forms also request your postal address and telephone number. This is to enable us to respond to your inquiry.

When we respond, we will or may send you e-mail pertaining to the subject of your communication. If you request printed materials that we might have, we will send these to you via postal mail. If you supply a telephone number and a telephone response is considered appropriate, we may telephone you.

The Sisters of the Precious Blood will not sell, rent, trade, share or disclose your e-mail address, postal address, telephone number or other submitted personal information to/with any other person(s) or group(s) without your expressed permission, unless required to do so by law or by a court order.

Retention of information
Once we receive submitted information, we make every effort to protect it from any possible misuse. Depending on the type of inquiry, we do retain some names, addresses and other contact information in our files for varying lengths of time. This is to ensure that our responses to your inquiries are appropriate and adequate, and to facilitate follow-up in cases where additional communication is desired (for example, when someone requests help in vocational discernment). These files are not accessible to the general public.

Web server logs
When a visitor accesses our site, our Web servers automatically recognize and log information which the visitor’s browser makes available: for example, date, time, browser type, Internet Protocol address (a series of numbers), domain name, referring page if applicable, and which pages of our site the visitor views.

This information does not contain anything that personally identifies our visitors. We examine data in our Web server logs to help us understand our traffic, to improve our site, to diagnose potential problems and to investigate any misuse that may occur.