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 love and life is at the heart of this national campaign.

Use the following resources to create articles for diocesan newspapers, enhance websites, Facebook, and media threads. Permission is granted to reproduce these resources in print or electronically. Questions? Contact, @email.
 

Press Releases

Church Teaching

The Methods of NFP

The Parish Bulletin

Articles

Web Banners

Social Media Graphics


Additional Information

 


Press Releases

The following simple press releases can be used in both diocesan and secular publications.


Church Teaching

Integrate Church teaching on God's plan for married love and the gift of life in your communication efforts. These resources provide accessible text.


The Methods of NFP

The following resources about the science and methods of NFP can be quoted or used in your educational efforts.

  • What is NFP? A "general education" article that provides a brief explanation of 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).
     
  • Brief NFP Information: Can't think of simple text to use for a quick announcement about NFP science and methodology? Visit these pages to quote the appropriate text:

Parish Bulletin Resources

This page provides free USCCB bulletin inserts and quotes.
 


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.

For additional articles see the NFP Week Articles page.


Web Banners

The web banners take their inspiration from the NFP posters for National NFP Awareness Week. These graphics are designed for the diocesan, parish, or other webpage use and include corresponding embed codes per graphic for those who need them.


Social Media Graphics

The resources below are graphics (memes) designed for NFP educational social media use (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).

Please note that we will share the current NFP Week graphics on our USCCB social media accounts with the hashtag #NFPweek.


Additional 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.
     
  • Where to find an NFP Class
    Visit our online directory of diocesan NFP coordinators.
     


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