Natural Family Planning (NFP) is an umbrella term for various methods of charting a woman's natural signs of fertility in order that the married couple may achieve or postpone pregnancy. NFP methods are inexpensive and can become a normal part of a couple's daily routine and assist the woman in general health awareness. NFP works with a couple's fertility, not against it. Engaged or married couples interested in learning NFP are encouraged to enroll in a certified course of study offered through the programs listed below.
Couple to Couple League teaches the Sympto-Thermal Method.
at (703) 222-5121 or email@example.com
To find certified Creighton Model teachers in VA, visit: www.fertilitycare.org/virginia.
Northwest Family Services has been providing quality and effective NFP instruction for 30 years. If you are unable to attend a course in person, taking this online is the next best thing.
The Marquette Model brings 21st century technology to NFP by using the ClearBlue Easy Fertility Monitor.
Medicine that Makes You Sick
by Robert F. Conkling, MD
NFP & the Couple's Relationship
by Dr. Mary Shivanandan
NFP: Myths and Reality
by the USCCB Program for NFP
Is NFP Good for Your Marriage?
by Secretariat of Laity, Marriage, Family Life & Youth
Myths & More Myths
by Theresa Notare
NFP Charting Helps Detect Health Problems
by Juliette Glasow
"In 1968 Something Terrible Happened to the Church"-Cardinal James Francis Stafford reflects on how dissenters on Humane Vitae tore the Church apart- and how the rift has left scars to this day.
Pope Paul VI Institute Internationally recognized for its outstanding achievements in the
field of natural fertility regulation & reproductive medicine, which
includes Napro Technology.
Reproductive TechnologyEvaluation and Treatment of Infertility from the US Catholic Bishops
Donum VitaeInstruction on
Respect for Human Life in Its Origin and on the Dignity of Procreation
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