What is Natural Family Planning (NFP)?
NFP is an umbrella term for certain methods wherein the couple observes the naturally occurring signs of fertile and infertile phases of a woman’s menstrual cycle for the purposes of either achieving or postponing pregnancy. It is a comprehensive acceptance of the divine gift of fertility within marriage. NFP reflects the dignity of the human person within the context of marriage and family life, promotes openness to life, and recognizes the value of every child. By respecting the love-giving and life-giving natures of marriage, NFP enriches the bond between husband and wife.
Live Classes in the Diocese of Tyler
Couple to Couple League (3 part class series)
Location: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (423 S. Broadway, Tyler, Texas)
When: Begins Sunday, August 26, 2018 at 2:00pm (Class #2 September 23rd, Class #3 October 28)
Cost: $135 (including materials) plus shipping
This class will meet 3 times, each session lasting about 2 hours each and are spaced one month apart to give you and your fiance/spouse a chance to practice what you've learned. To register please contact Dan & Natalie Herrera ( 902-574-8872). You can also register online.
Check back for updates to the diocesan NFP class schedule!
Online/Skype Class Options
There are a variety of online classes available, depending on the method you are looking for! Click the images below to connect to online class options for each of the methods listed.
Billings Ovulation Method (Spanish) FertilityCare/Creighton Method
Additional Online Resources
Are you interested in becoming a Certified NFP Instructor or
Teaching Couple? Contact the Family Life Office!
Deanna Johnston, Director of Family Life