You can save yourself a lot of time and trouble if you don't keep changing typefaces throughout your print publications. You can use a different typeface for your headers and your body text, but you certainly don't have to. Especially type-setting longer printed pieces, using one typeface throughout and varying the weight and style will give you a timeless and professional-looking piece.
Remember, the type itself should always be invisible—you want people to grasp your message—not notice the type that contained it.
Some of the typeface families that work well for this are shown in the PDF below. To download the PDF, click here or on the image below.