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The New Vision
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2015 MEDIA KIT
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CONTENTS
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Target Market
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Print Advertising
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Advertisement Deadlines
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Advertisement Checklist
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MISSION STATEMENT
The New Vision, as the official
newspaper of the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Tucson, shares in the
mission of proclaiming the Good
News of Jesus Christ. The New
Vision informs, educates, and
inspires its readers to official Church
teaching and a greater commitment
to the practical applications of
that teaching. The newspaper has
a special responsibility to foster
a spirit of unity and pride in the
Universal Church and in the Diocese
it serves.
Contact Information
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Circulation
The New Vision publishes over 42,000 issues each month during the calendar year. We estimate
that each issue is read by at least 80,000 people attending the Diocese’s 78 parishes, dozens
of missions and 25 Catholic schools. The New Vision can be found in diocesan organizations,
schools, parishes, and hospitals throughout the Diocese of Tucson.
CITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF TUCSON
Divided by County
COCHISE
GILA
PINAL
Benson
Bisbee
Douglas
Elfrida
Pirtleville
Saint David
Sierra Vista
Sunsites/Pearce
Tombstone
Globe
Hayden
Kearny
Mammoth
Miami
Oracle
Payson
San Carlos
San Manuel
Superior
Apache Junction
Casa Grande
Coolidge
Eloy
Florence
Maricopa
GRAHAM/
GREENLEE
Clifton
Morenci
Safford
Solomon
Wilcox
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PIMA
Ajo
Catalina
Marana
Oro Valley
Sahuarita
Sells
Topawa
Tucson
Vail
SANTA CRUZ
Green Valley
Nogales
Patagonia
Rio Rico
Sonoita
Tubac
YUMA/LA PAZ
Parker
San Luis
Somerton
Wellton/Tacna
Yuma
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DISTRIBUTION MAP
PAPER DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTY
COCHISE: 2,770
GRAHAM/GREENLEE: 1,050
GILA/PINAL EAST: 2,250
PIMA: 20,515
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PINAL WEST: 2,400
SANTA CRUZ: 3,450
YUMA/LA PAZ: 3,070
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Target Market
The Diocese of Tucson is comprised of nine counties
with an area of 42,707 square miles. Geographically, the
Diocese is the fifth largest diocese in the continental
United States. In a total population of 1.85 million, there
are an estimated 300,000-plus Roman Catholics who are
served by 78 parishes, dozens of missions, 25 Catholic
schools, six member agencies of Catholic Community
Services of Southern Arizona, the Catholic Foundation
for the Diocese of Tucson, the Catholic Tuition Support
Organization, Diocese of Tucson Catholic Cemeteries
and hundreds of charitable and fraternal organizations.
BENEFIT TO ADVERTISERS
The New Vision has a farther reach then the typical local
newspaper. Which means advertisers can potentially
reach customers outside of their typical customer base.
As the official newspaper of the Diocese of Tucson,
The New Vision speaks directly to all Catholics within
the Diocese. The people of the Diocese come from
a variety of different backgrounds and share a vast
array of hobbies, interests, and purchase activities;
the common thread that binds them is their faith.
Through advertising in The New Vision, businesses
can potentially reach customers not included in their
typical target market.
The New Vision has a dedicated Spanish language
section, La Nueva Visión, which covers all of the
important news and events that the Spanish speaking
Catholic community is interested in.
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St. Mary’s College students make border trip
By VICTOR CALDERON
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While their colleagues around the country chose popular
destinations for their spring break, a group of seven students
from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. chose an “alternative
spring break” experience on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico
border south of Tucson this past month.
The trip, held April 14-19 this year, is an annual
opportunity for students at St. Mary’s to visit southern
Arizona and to meet with immigrants and social service
agencies.
The students were led by Sister Jodi Cecilia Min, O.P.,
assistant director of Lasallian Mission at St. Mary’s Mission
and Ministry Center. The group heard from immigrant
families, migrant workers, border patrol agents, educators
and ministers, including Bishop Gerald Kicanas. They also
met with members of the Jesuit-run Kino Border Initiative,
that serves migrants on the border cities of Nogales in
Arizona and Mexico.
“For me, immigration is a very personal issue that affects
my family,” said St. Mary’s student Elizabeth Palomar, who
said she has relatives from Guadalajara, Mexico. “I wanted
to see what many of the immigrants go through when they
cross into Arizona.”
Photo courtesy of Jotti Aulakh.
St. Mary’s students also visited San Xavier Mission and Students from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. visit a portion of the U.S.-Mexico border fence in southern Arizona in
April. Left to right, Elizabeth Palomar, Amelia Chantarotwong, Suzanne Denson, Megan O’Leary, Philip Goodwin, Margie
San Miguel High School in Tucson.
Simone and Jotti Aulakh.
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March 5-7, 2015
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Most Reverend Gerald F. Kicanas
Fr. Robert Barron, S.T.D
Rector, Mundelein Seminary, Illinios
Sr. Anne Bryan Smollin, C.S.J., PhD
Diocese of Albany, New York
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Obispo Sigifredo Noriega Barcelo
Obispo de Zacatecas, Mexico
Padre Alfonso Garcia
Diócesis de Guadalajara, Mexico
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Respect life: each of us is a
masterpiece of God’s Creation
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By FATHER DOMENICO PINTI, V.F.
The month of October is Respect
Life Month.
Imagine yourself
pausing in front of a design of great
beauty. Your soul quiets and is filled
with wonder and awe.
If art, created by man, can evoke
such a response within us, how much
more is the same wonder, reverence
and respect due to each person we
encounter, who was handcrafted by
the very God who spoke the world
into being?
Now think of an artist stepping
back from a great work of art and
admiring his or her creation.
When God created each of us, He
did so with precision and purpose
and He looks on each of us with love
that cannot be outdone in intensity
or tenderness.
Moreover, the Lord invites each
of us to behold ourselves and each
other with the same wonder and
awe.
No matter how the world might
view us or others, let us treat each
person as the masterpiece that he or
she is.
As our Holy Father Pope Francis
wrote in a Day For Life Greeting “even
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the weakest and most vulnerable, the
sick, the old, the unborn and the poor,
are masterpieces of God’s creation,
made in His own image, destined
to live forever and deserving of the
utmost reverence and respect.”
In order to fulfill this vision,
some resources are available. Each
parish receives information on the
following topics:
-Poverty and Abortion: A Vicious
Cycle
-An Adoption Love Story
-Solace and Strength In The
Sorrow Of Miscarriage
-Children As Commodities
-Advance Medical Directives:
Planning For Your Future
-Healing Within Marriage From
An Abortion
Each parish is encouraged
throughout the year to promote ProLife issues.
For more information you may
go to www.usccb.org/respectlife or
facebook.com/peopleoflife.
May God bless us with the gift of
life.
—
Father Domenico Pinti, V.F. is the
Respect Life Coordinator for the Diocese
of Tucson and pastor at St. George
Parish in Apache Junction.
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fue el único que habló en contra de
las propuestas de ley para aumento
de fuerza pública en relación a la
inmigración.
Los testigos que apoyaron las
medidas de coacción fueron: Primero,
un jefe de policía de Carolina del
Norte que dijo que las agencias
de aplicación de la ley necesitan
mayor dirección en la aplicación de
las leyes de inmigración; segundo,
un representante de un grupo de
reforma de inmigración que arguyó
que los inmigrantes están acaparando
los trabajos en EE.UU.; y, tercero,
un miembro del Centro de Estudios
de Inmigración quien dijo que la
frontera entre México y los Estados
Unidos se ha convertido “de hecho en
zona libre” en donde quienes cruzan
no se enfrentan “a consecuencias por
sus actos”.
El obispo Kicanas dijo que las
propuestas “tendrían un efecto
adverso en contra de inmigrantes y
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de la anterior conferencia de
Colaboradores, que tuvo lugar en
marzo de 2012. Alrededor de 2000
personas de toda la Diócesis –de
Tucson, Yuma, Somerton, San Luis,
Douglas, Nogales y otros lugares– se
congregaron en este evento.
Los asistentes de este año tuvieron
la oportunidad de oír presentaciones
en inglés y en español de oradores
y de líderes católicos diocesanos
y visitantes, entre ellos, el Obispo
Gerald Kicanas, el Padre Robert
Barron de la Arquidiócesis de
Chicago, la Dra. Carolyn Woo,
presidenta y directora ejecutiva de
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menores de edad refugiados, quizá el
sector más vulnerable que ha sufrido
los efectos negativos de las leyes de
inmigración de nuestro país”.
Un aspecto de la propuesta
legislación sería la anulación del
programa de Acción Diferida para
Arribo de Menores, conocido por sus
siglas en inglés como DACA; y, de
acuerdo con el obispo, la aplicación de
la propuesta legislación haría que “los
menores permanecieran por mayor
cantidad de tiempo en detención y
debilitaría la protección para menores
abandonados, olvidados o que han
sufrido abuso”.
Y dijo que mediante otra ley
propuesta, Secure and Fortify
Enforcement Act se juzgaría como
delito el no tener documentos y
se castigaría a quienes les dieran
transporte a ilegales.
El obispo Kicanas también dijo
que mediante la ley propuesta se
regresaría a menores de vuelta a su
país de origen de donde habían huido
y que “dañaría severamente nuestro
sistema de asilo y protección de
refugiados” y “se rechazaría la libertad
bajo palabra, dando como resultado
más familias desmembradas”.
El obispo le recordó al presidente
del subcomité, el representante Trey
Gowdy, republicano de Carolina del
Sur, que el mismo asunto ya se había
presentado antes, en 2005, con la
propuesta ley de Protección de la
Frontera, Antiterrorismo y Control
de Inmigración Ilegal, que causó
protestas en todo el país y que no
alcanzó la aprobación del Senado.
“Como nación, ¿queremos llevar al
país otra vez por el mismo camino?
¿Queremos considerar a millones de
personas como si fueran criminales,
a pesar que ya han formado un
patrimonio en este país? ¿Queremos
encarcelarlos y separarlos de su
familia
respectiva,
incluyendo
aquellos padres que tienen hijos que
ya son ciudadanos?”, preguntó.
Y dijo que la Conferencia de Obispos
Católicos de los Estados Unidos,
miembros de otras comunidades de fe
y la mayoría de los estadounidenses
“estaban desilusionados de que no
se hubiera aprobado una legislación
completa de reforma de inmigración
“ en el último ejercicio del Congreso
y exhortó a que se intentara de nuevo,
afirmando: “Permanecemos listos a
trabajar conjuntamente para lograr
esta meta”.
Cuando el representante Zoe
Lofgren, demócrata de California,
le preguntó al obispo si creía que el
papa Francisco traería a colación la
práctica política de inmigración en
EE.UU. en su visita programada ante
el Congreso, el mes de septiembre,
el obispo Kicanas dijo que eso era lo
más probable pues tal asunto “le era
caro”.
Y dijo que el papa posiblemente
animaría al Congreso “a seguir
adelante con valor y convicción “ a
favor de una reforma de inmigración
en la que se incluiría el uso de la
fuerza pública pero también la forma
de lograr que las familias alcanzaran
la ciudadanía.
Catholic Relief Services; y el Padre
Alfonso García de la Arquidiócesis
de Guadalajara.
“He disfrutado mucho de esta
conferencia”, dijo Liz Gallegos, una
feligresa de la Parroquia St. Francis of
Assisi, de Yuma. “Me han encantado
todas las charlas, los mensajes de fe
y la manera como los sacerdotes nos
explican todo”.
También hubo una Expo de
Recursos con representantes del
Centro Pastoral Obispo Moreno, un
puesto de Sonoran Spirit, donde las
hermanas religiosas vendieron sus
artesanías y fotografías, y la presencia
de varias organizaciones, como los
Caballeros de Colón, Catholic Relief
Services, las Academias ACE de
Notre Dame, el Centro para Mujeres
Reachout, y la Iniciativa Kino para la
Frontera.
“Fue una experiencia increíble y
edificante, con talleres y mensajes
para renovarnos e inspirarnos en
el amor de Dios:, dijo el Obispo
Kicanas. “Por doquier vi católicos
de toda la Diócesis aprendiendo
juntos, rezando juntos, riendo juntos
y disfrutando de estar reunidos”.
Las actividades nocturnas fueron
una muestra del film “Full of Grace”
y una noche de oración y alabanza
para los católicos hispanohablantes.
Una
exhibición
denominada
Estaciones del Via Crucis de
Migrantes, ubicada en uno de los
corredores, consistía en una serie de
objetos recogidos en el desierto de
Arizona, pertenencias de migrantes,
como mochilas, zapatos y artículos
religiosos.
“Podemos encontrar a Cristo
en todas las personas; Cristo se
identifica con los pobres”, dijo
García. “Piensen en los migrantes
y en la gente más necesitada de
nuestra región como Jesús lo habría
hecho”.
Los Maestros de Ceremonia
de la Conferencia fueron Sheri
Dahl, Superintendente de Escuelas
Católicas de la Diócesis de Tucson;
Aida Urbieta, Ministra Laica Eclesial
del área de Yuma, y los seminaristas
diocesanos Callistus Iyorember and
Martin Moreno.
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CRS Rice Bowl: a Lenten journey to save lives turns 40
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Ordinarily, turning 40 is not a
reason to celebrate. However, CRS
Rice Bowl is an exception.
This year marks the 40th
anniversary of CRS Rice Bowl, the
largest and oldest Lenten program
used by millions of Catholics
across the United States. Since its
inception, millions of Catholics
have contributed alms totaling
$250 million to support efforts
that fight poverty and hunger
in dioceses across the U.S. and
overseas. 40 years ago, Catholics
in the United States wanted to
respond to famine in Africa. Could
we feed the hungry through Lenten
prayers, fasting and almsgiving?
The answer was yes—and it came
in the form of a small cardboard
box. 40 years later, it still does.
Participating in CRS Rice Bowl
is an admirable way to respond to
Pope Francis’ call to put those in
need before our own needs. In
addition, the Diocese of Tucson
has been urged by our Bishop
Gerald Kicanas to participate in
CRS Rice Bowl. As Chairman of
the Board for CRS for three years,
Bishop Kicanas has witnessed
firsthand the amazing global
humanitarian outreach provided
by CRS. Visit the website at www.
crsricebowl.org to learn about
the personal stories of people
around the world who have been
supported by CRS. The website
also offers a wealth of family,
parish and educational materials
to support the observance of Lent
as a time for faith formation as
well as for giving. Let’s help CRS
continue is amazing work for the
next 40 years and beyond.
What’s new this year?
Technology: CRS Rice Bowl
App 2.0: Put Lent at your
fingertips with new reflections,
an integrated Twitter feed and
a new way to track your Lenten
sacrifices! Available
English and Spanish.
in
both
Media: What is Lent? Video
Series: Join popular Catholic
personalities like Father James
Martin, S.J.; Cardinal Timothy
Dolan;
Christopher
West;
Archbishop Jose Gomez; Dr.
Carolyn Woo and others reflecting
on some of the key themes of Lent.
CRS Rice Bowl Global Kitchen
Video Series: Featuring Father Leo
Patalinghug cooking five meatless
recipes from the five countries
featured this year.
Group
Reflections:
Youth
in Solidarity Reflections: For
high school classes and youth
ministries,
these
educational
modules that offer activities,
reflections and prayers to bring
Lent to life for youth.
Community Reflections: For
small faith-sharing groups of
young adults to prayerfully walk
through the themes of Lent and
reflect on the realities faced by our
brothers and sisters worldwide.
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With Saints Peter & Paul
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How to easily read the whole Bible in 2015
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By BRANDON VOGT
Editor’s Note: This column first appeared
at brandonvogt.com .
As you prepare for the new year, why
not commit to reading the entire Bible in
2015? It’s not as hard as you might think.
The Bible contains somewhere around
775,000 words. The average adult reads
250 words per minute. That means if
you read the Bible for just 30 minutes per
day, you’ll get through the whole thing
in a year—three times over! (If you read
just 10 minutes a day, you’ll still make it
through once.)
But once committing to read the
whole Bible, people generally have two
questions: which translation should I use,
and how should I do it?
Which Translation to Use?
Regarding translations, there’s a
few things to keep in mind. First, make
sure your Bible is complete. Protestant
translations (NIV, ESV, TEV, etc.) do not
contain the seven deuterocanonical books
that the Catholic Church accepts as Sacred
Scripture. You’re going to want those
books in your Bible (they’re really good!).
Second, make sure your Bible translation
strikes a good balance between precision
and readability. For serious study, avoid
paraphrase translations (such as The
Message). Instead, go with a more literal
(i.e., “word for word”) translation that is
still easy to read. Here are my personal
recommendations, in order. All of them
have been officially approved by the
Church for personal study:
1. Revised Standard Version – 2nd
Catholic Edition (RSV-2CE) – The top
choice for many Catholic Bible scholars.
It’s a Church-approved translation and is
literal but still very readable.
2. New American Bible – Revised
Edition (NAB-RE) – This is the translation
used during the Mass, although it does
contain some questionably translated
passages and some even worse footnotes.
But if you want to sync your reading to the
liturgy, this is your best choice.
3. New Revised Standard Version
(NRSV) – Solid translation although it
contains “gender inclusive language”,
changing “brothers” to “friends” or
“brothers and sisters” and removing
instances of the divine “He”.
4. Douay-Rheims Version (DR) –
This was the standard Bible for Englishspeaking Catholics from 1609 until the
twentieth century. It’s a trusted version
but some readers find it turgid, similar to
the King James Version.
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There are also Bibles on the market that
are specifically designed for a one-year
reading plan. For instance, there’s the My
Daily Catholic Bible (NAB) which divides
all of Scripture into 365 segments, one for
each day of the year. It features two small,
manageable readings for each day, one
from the Old Testament and one from the
New Testament, along with an insightful
quote from a saint for every day. The best
part is that the readings are all grouped
together sequentially so you don’t have to
flip back and forth each day between the
Old and New Testaments.
There’s also the Catholic One Year
Bible which uses the Catholic Living Bible
translation, a less-then-literal translation
but one that many readers find looser and
more accessible.
In the end, what matters most is that
you find a translation you’ll actually read.
If you pick one that is cumbersome or
inaccessible, then it doesn’t really matter
whether it’s accurate. Your best bet is to
sample a few translations online and then
choose one you feel most comfortable
reading each day.
What’s the Best Plan?
Similar to the translation question,
the answer here is whichever plan you’ll
follow. Unfortunately, many people make
the mistake of starting with Genesis
and trying to plow straight through to
Revelation, linearly. The problem is that
some of the early Old Testament books
are meticulous, such as Leviticus and
Numbers, and most people get bogged
down, wiping out before finishing even
half the Old Testament.
What’s a better strategy? To follow a
carefully designed reading plan that will
take you through the right books, at the
right pace. Some of these plans alternate
between Old and New Testament
readings, while some intersperse the
Psalms throughout the year to add
variation.
My Personal Solution
I mentioned above that I prefer the
Revised Standard Version – 2nd Catholic
Edition (RSV-2CE) for Scripture study. But
I also have a secret weapon: the Verbum
Bible software.
I’ve written before about how amazing
this is, calling it the most powerful Bible
resource ever available. But it also makes it
super easy to read the Bible in a year. The
new Verbum comes with a built-in plan,
right out of the box.
The best part about using Verbum is
that the reading plan syncs across all of
your devices. So you can read your daily
passages on your computer, tablet, phone
or any other mobile device. It’s great for
people like me who are constantly on the
go and often forget to carry around a
paperback Bible. Verbum also syncs your
highlights and notes across all devices, so
the reading experience is seamless.
The Verbum software can be pretty
expensive—the base packages each cost
hundreds of dollars—but the cheapest
way to get access to the software is by
purchasing the Catechism of the Catholic
Church Collection. It’s only $49.95 and
gives you lifetime access to the powerful
Verbum software (the most important
resource), along with the Revised
Standard Version – Catholic Edition (RSVCE), the lectionary (the readings used at
Mass), the documents of Vatican II and
the Council of Trent, and a few other
resources. All of those documents can be
accessed on the go, on any device you’re
using. In my opinion, the cost of this is
software is more than worth it if it enables
you to finish the Bible in a year.
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