Natural Family Planning is a way for a couple to monitor their fertility in order to postpone or achieve pregnancy. It is NOT your grandma's "rhythm method"! NFP is research-based, effective, free of harmful side effects and consistent with the Catholic understanding of the dignity of the human person.

Engaged couples: couples are required to complete an introductory session of any method of NFP. (You can certainly complete a whole course.) 

PRESCRIPTION FOR A LONG HAPPY LIFE

This online presentation explains the physical, psychological and relationship benefits of NFP. While this presentation will not teach a couple to use an NFP method, it is crucial background knowledge for any couple. This session fulfills the NFP requirement for engaged couples. 

Register for the online presentation. 

FERTILITY CARE INTRODUCTORY SESSIONS

The Fertility Care Center of Kansas City offers introductory sessions in the Creighton Model of NFP. These introductory sessions are offered in a group setting and give couples all the information they need to understand how to get started. Only the introductory session is required for Marriage Preparation, but couples desiring to continue using the method would work individually with an instructor afterward in order to gain confidence with the system.  

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

There are several sessions offered each month, all of which are currently being conducted online. For a full list of dates, more information or to register for any of these sessions, click here.

SYMPTO-THERMAL METHOD INTRODUCTORY SESSIONS

A one-hour introductory class on this method is being taught on an as-needed basis by Couple to Couple League teaching couple Alison and Allen Greenlief. The cost is $35 and can be applied to the full course if couples decide to learn the full method. To schedule, please contact aagreenlief@gmail.com

 

 

 

Contact the Office of Marriage and Family Life

 

This program is funded by generous donors to the Archbiship's Call to Share.    

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