Natural Family Planning

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Safe, Natural, and Effective method to family planning and understanding your reproductive health.

MISSION STATEMENT:

Because God’s most precious gift is that of life and because He allows men and women to be the co-creators with Him, the mission of the Salina Diocese Natural Family Planning Office is to educate people about the life-giving and love-giving purposes of sexual relations, and to provide Natural Family Planning instruction and formation to men and women of all ages.


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July2022
Virtual Creighton Model FertilityCare System Introductory SessionJoin us for a free Introductory Session to the Creighton Model FertilityCare System with the FertilityCare Practitioners of the Salina Diocese.

This special virtual session kicks off our recognition of National NFP Awareness Week.

Register to Attend

1:00 p.m.Online
25
July2022
Exploring Humanae Vitae: A Priest’s PerspectiveFr. Brian Lager will share his perspective on Pope St. Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae. At the conclusion of this virtual presentation Father Brian will be available for questions.

This talk is part of the Diocese of Salina FertilityCare Services Center’s celebration of National NFP Awareness Week.

Register to Attend

12:00 p.m.Online
26
July2022
Through the Seasons of Love & Marriage: Our NFP JourneyDeacon Tom and Tina Schrick will share how God led them to NFP and how that journey has impacted their lives.

This talk is part of the Diocese of Salina FertilityCare Services Center’s celebration of National NFP Awareness Week.

Register to Attend

8:00 p.m.Online
27
July2022
NFP Reality: Real Life Struggles & JoysUsing NFP is a great blessing but it isn’t always easy. Join Brian and Amanda Ring for a real life, honest story of real NFP use in marriage with all the ups and downs.

Brian and Amanda Ring enjoy life on the road with their seven beautiful children as they travel the country for work and site-seeing in their RV. Originally from Nebraska and having spent many years in the Salina Diocese, they frequently return to Kansas.

Register to Attend

1:30 p.m.Online

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