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Media Kit

 

National NFP Awareness Week provides an opportunity to spread the word about Catholic teaching on marriage, conjugal love and responsible parenthood. Sharing basic information about the methods of NFP and why they support God's design for life and love is at the heart of this national campaign. Use the following resources to create articles for diocesan newspapers, websites, Facebook and media threads. Permission is granted to reproduce these resources in print or electronically. For further questions, please contact, nfp@usccb.org.


FUNDAMENTALS

  • Bulletin Briefs
    A collection of quotations taken from Catholic Church documents, NFP couple's witness testimonies, NFP pioneers and promoters. Insert some of these quotes in your parish bulletin!
  • Frequently Asked Questions
    Commonly held "myths" regarding Natural Family Planning are answered here (taken from our popular brochure, "Myth and Reality," available from the USCCB, Respect Life Catalog; to order, call toll free, 1-866-582-0943. Ask for publication, #9522)

ARTICLES

The following articles include NFP couples' stories and general information articles (500-600 words). Use them in your diocesan newspaper, Facebook, or media threads.
  • Be Her Joseph!, by Tom Mealey.
    A husband reflects on his appreciation of NFP and his spiritual journey in striving to be a better husband and father. (En Español)
  • Marriage: The Gift of Love and Life, by Most Rev. Victor Galeone. 
    Bishop Galeone (retired Bishop of St. Augustine), offers a reflection on the 40th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae.

WEB BANNERS AND WEB GRAPHICS

The following resources take their inspiration from the NFP posters for National NFP Awareness Week.

HELPFUL INFORMATION

  • National NFP Provider Page  Who's who in the NFP community. These national providers offer client and teacher education (many include distance education!). Most offer a variety of resources as well.
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  • Where to find an NFP Class  Visit our on-line directory of diocesan NFP coordinators.





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