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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, email@example.com.
What is "responsible parenthood?"
The question of married love and the moral transmission of life is explained in the link above. A two-page bulletin Insert provides a brief summary of these teachings considered through the lens of love, mercy, and life. Front | Back
What is NFP?
A "general education" article that provides a brief explanation on Natural Family Planning. It also allows space for inserting additional text on where and how someone in your diocese might get more information on NFP or take a class. Be sure to include information on NFP distance education for couples who may not be able to attend local classes (see "NFP Provider Page" below for web contact information).
The following bulletin inserts are available to use as an insert for a parish bulletin:
Generations of Love - NFP Week 2018 Bulletin Insert
Married Love and the Gift of Life Bulletin Insert | Espanol
Love, Mercy, Life Bulletin Insert Front | Back
It's Time! Say "Yes" to God's Plan for Married Love Bulletin Insert
Writable NFP Poster: English | Espanol
These "writable" versions of the NFP Week poster are available for NFP Coordinators' and NFP Teachers' use to include local NFP class information directly into the file.
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