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DMGT 706 Idea Visualization // SCAD Design Management Professor Mariah Hay Process book includes data collection, finished poster, and story boarding. Link to video is on the last page of the process book. This infographic is about Catholic vocations to the priesthood.
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  • Project C, Part 2: Infographics Video Process Book

    Cheryl Edenfield // DMGT 706 Idea Visualization // Fall 2014 // Professor Mariah Hay

  • Contents

    Project B, Part 1Data Collection ................................................................. 3-8

    Project B, Part 2Infographic Poster ......................................................... 9-10

    Project A, Part 3StoryboardSketches ....................................................11-40

    Project C, Part 1Digital Storyboard with Narration .........................41-58

    Project C, Part 2Digital Still of Final Project...................................59-60

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  • Project B, Part 1: Data Collection

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  • 4Popes and saints

    Origin of the church and the papacySt. Peter was the first pope, chosen by Jesus, in the first century as noted by Matthew chapter 16. And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church... I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven. These words circle the dome of St. Peters Basilica in Rome, and serve as the biblical mandate for the papacy.

    List of popes with saints highlighted in blue (pages 7-8)

    Saints (Canonization process) 993 First Papal Canonization 1234 Pope Gregory IX creates procedures to establish sainthood 588 Pope Sixtus V established the Congregation of Rites 1634 Pope Urban VIII began to revise and improve procedures for canonization 1969 Pope Paul VI created the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints 1978-2005 Pontificate of St. John Paul II he canonized 480 saints 1983 More revisions to the canonization process 1988 the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints publishes the Index ac Status Causarum (official list of saints) recognizes 235 saints dating back 400 years to the establishment of the Congregation of Rites (Pontificate of Sixtus V) 2005-13 Pontificate of Benedict he canonized 45 saints 2013 Pontificate of Francis he canonized 813+ saints including twentieth century popes St. John Paul II and St. John XXIII. It was a historic twin papal canonization event with four popes in attendance at one ceremony. The relics of St. John Paul II and St. John XXIII were present with Pope Francis and Pope Benedict).

    Sources:Canonization during the Pontificates of Francis, Benedict and St. John Paul II. GCatholic.org. October 20, 2014. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://www.gcatholic.org/saints/fr1-saints1.htm.

    Manning, Kathleen. How Many Saints Are There? USCatholic.org. October 2013. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://www.uscatholic.org/articles/201310/how-many-saints-are-there-28027.

    Statistical/survey Data

    Total priests1975 - 58,9091980 - 58,3981985 - 57,3171990 - 52,1241995 - 49,0542000 - 45,6992005 - 41,3992010 - 39,9932014 - 38,275

    Parishes1975 - 18,5151980 - 18,7941985 - 19,2441990 - 19,6201995 - 19,3312000 - 19,2362005 - 18,8912010 - 17,9582014 - 17,483

    Catholic population (self-identified, survey-based estimate)1975 - 54.5m1980 - 56.8m1985 - 59.5m1990 - 62.4m1995 - 65.7m2000 - 71.7m2005 - 74.0m2010 - 74.6m2014 - 76.7m

    Former Catholics. Those raised Catholic (native- and foreign-born) who no longer self-identify as Catholic (suvery-based estimate)1975 - 7.5m1980 - 8.6m1985 - 8.0m1990 -10.3m1995 - 17.3m2000 - 17.9m2005 - 19.1m2010 - 26.8m2014 - 32.0m

    Source: Frequently Requested Church Statistics. Catholic Data, Catholic Statistics, Catholic Research. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://cara.georgetown.edu/caraservices/requestedchurchstats.html.

  • 5More Statistical/survey Data

    Countries with the Largest Number of Catholics, 2010

    Brazil 126,750,00065% of their population is Catholic11.7% of the world Catholic population

    Mexico 96,450,00085% of their population is Catholic8.9% of the world Catholic population

    Philippines 75,570,00081% of their population is Catholic7% of the world Catholic population

    United States 75,380,00024.3% of their population is Catholic7% of the world Catholic population

    Source: U.S. Catholics: Key Data from Pew Research. Pew Research Center RSS. February 13, 2013. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://www.pewresearch.org/key-data-points/u-s-catholics-key-data-from-pew-research/.

    Percentage of Americans Raised in a Faith Who Later Leave that FaithPresbyterian 59%Anglican/Episcopal 56%Methodist 54%Unaffiliated Nones 53%Lutheran 42%Baptist 39%Catholic 32%Mormon 28%Jewish 26%

    Source: Pies, Damned Pies, and Statistics: Is the Catholic Population Growing? Nineteen Sixty-four. November 25, 2010. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://nineteensixty-four.blogspot.com/2010/11/pies-damned-pies-and-statistics-is.html.

    CathedralsUnited States (249), in the World (2993)

    Source: Cathedrals. GCatholic.org. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://www.gcatholic.org/churches/cath.htm.

    Dioceses, BishopsCircumscriptions (196): Metr. Archdioceses (34), Dioceses (159), Apostolic Exarchates (1), Military Ordinariates (1), Personal Ordinariates (1)

    {Just list each rite/church in bold on the infographic all other info can be left off or small}

    Roman Rite (177): Albany, Alexandria, Allentown, AltoonaJohnstown, Amarillo, Anchorage, Archdiocese for the Military Services of the United States, Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Baker, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Beaumont, Belleville, Biloxi, Birmingham, Bismarck, Boise City, Boston, Bridgeport, Brooklyn, Brownsville, Buffalo, Burlington, Camden, Charleston, Charlotte, Cheyenne, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Corpus Christi, Covington, Crookston, Dallas, Davenport, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Dodge City, Dubuque, Duluth, El Paso, Erie, Evansville, Fairbanks, Fall River, Fargo, Fort WayneSouth Bend, Fort Worth, Fresno, Gallup, GalvestonHouston, Gary, Gaylord, Grand Island, Grand Rapids, Great FallsBillings, Green Bay, Greensburg, Harrisburg, Hartford, Helena, Honolulu, HoumaThibodaux, Indianapolis, Jackson, Jefferson City, Joliet, Juneau, Kalamazoo, Kansas City, Kansas CitySaint Joseph, Knoxville, La Crosse, Lafayette in Indiana, Lafayette in Louisiana, Lake Charles, Lansing, Laredo, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lexington, Lincoln, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Louisville, Lubbock, Madison, Manchester, Marquette, Memphis, Metuchen, Miami, Milwaukee, Mobile, Monterey, Nashville, New Orleans, New Ulm, New York, Newark, Norwich, Oakland, Ogdensburg, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Orange, Orlando, Owensboro, Palm Beach, Paterson, PensacolaTallahassee, Peoria, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland in Maine, Portland in Oregon, Providence, Pueblo, Raleigh, Rapid City, Reno, Richmond, Rochester, Rockford, Rockville Centre, Sacramento, Saginaw, Saint Augustine, Saint Cloud, Saint Louis, Saint Paul and Minneapolis, Saint Petersburg, Salina, Salt Lake City, San Angelo, San Antonio, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Fe, Santa Rosa, Savannah, Scranton, Seattle, Shreveport, Sioux City, Sioux Falls, Spokane, SpringfieldCape Girardeau, Springfield in Illinois, Springfield in Massachusetts, Steubenville, Stockton, Superior, Syracuse, Toledo, Trenton, Tucson, Tulsa, Tyler, Venice, Victoria, Washington, WheelingCharleston, Wichita, Wilmington, Winona, Worcester, Yakima, Youngstown

    Anglican Rite (1): The Chair of Saint PeterArmenian Church (1): Our Lady of Nareg in New YorkChaldean Church (2): Saint Peter the Apostle of San Diego, Saint Thomas the Apostle of DetroitGreek-Melkite Church (1): NewtonMaronite Church (2): Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles, Saint Maron of BrooklynRomanian Church (1): Saint Georges in CantonRuthenian Church (4): Holy Protection of Mary of Phoenix, Parma, Passaic, PittsburghSyrian Church (1): Our Lady of Deliverance of NewarkSyro-Malabar Church (1): Saint Thomas the Apostle of ChicagoSyro-Malankar Church (1): United States of AmericaUkrainian Church (4): Philadelphia, Saint Josaphat in Parma, Saint Nicholas of Chicago, Stamford

    Source: Catholic Church in the United States of America. GCatholic.org.

  • 6October 21, 2014. Accessed October 24, 2014. http://www.gcatholic.org/dioceses/country/US.htm.

    Demographics

    In what regions of the U.S. do Catholics live?Northeast 29%Midwest 24%South 24%West 23%

    What is the age distribution of Catholics?18-29 18%30-49 41%50-64 24%65+ 16%

    What is the gender composition of Catholics?Male 46%Female 54%

    What is the racial and ethnic composition of Catholics?White (non-Hispanic) 65%Black (non-Hispanic) 2%Asian (non-Hispanic) 2%Other/Mixed (non-Hispanic) 2%Hispanic 29%

    What is the income distribution of Catholics?Less than $30,000 31%$30,000-$49,999 20%$50,000-$74,999 16%$75,000-$99,999 14%$100,000+ 19%

    What is the educational distribution of Catholics?Less than high school 17%High school graduate 36%Some college 21%College graduate 16%Post-graduate 10%

    What is the marital status of Catholics?Married 58%Living with partner 7%Divorced or separated 10%Widowed 8%Never married 17%

    How many children at home do Catholics have?

    No children 61%One child 13%Two children 15%Three children 7%Four or more children 4%

    Portrait of Catholic Beliefs

    Belief in God or Universal Spirit Among Catholics Believe in God: absolutely certain 72%Believe in God: fairly certain 21%Believe in God: not too certain/ not at all certain/ unsure how certain 4%Do not believe in God 1%Dont know/ refused/ other

    Importance of Religion in Ones Life Among CatholicsVery important 56%Somewhat important 34%Not too/ not at all important 9%Dont know/ refused 1%

    Frequency of Attendance at Religious Services Among CatholicsMore than once a week 9%Once a week 33%Once or twice a month 19%A few times a year 20%Seldom 13%Never 6%Dont know/ refused 0%

    Frequency of Prayer Among CatholicsDaily 58%Weekly 21%Monthly 7%Seldom 10%Never 3%Dont know/ refused 1%

    Interpretation of Religiou

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