The text for this infographic was taken from The Rev. James W. Jackson, FSSP, Nothing Superfluous (2016).
Catholic with a small c, my catechism taught me, means universal. Our Faith’s long history, unique claim to the Truth, and geographic spread make it an ideal and never-ending source of visual projects...The increased availability of Latin Masses is undeniable; what is similarly consoling is the rise in other traditional sacraments, such as weddings. While it is impossible to do any comprehensive project on traditional weddings (for one thing, there is no central place where globally churches report sacramental data), social media makes it easier and easier to notice trends.
A report on American Catholic church fires and the Catholic News Archive
A visual data project about the lists of credibly accused clergy released by American Roman Catholic dioceses
An ongoing preservation of family records
A summary and visualizations of the 2018 PA Grand Jury Report
An ongoing series of charts that visualize papal and curial documents