Office of Natural Family Planning

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A new generation of St. Louis OBGyn Residents are embracing
true women’s health through the new scientific approach to 
natural family planning.

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What Can NFP do for You?

  • Less than 5% of couples who use Natural Family Planning have marriages which end in divorce.
  • Natural Family Planning is 97-99% effective when used to avoid a pregnancy and is also effective when used to achieve a pregnancy.
  • Couples who use Natural Family Planning report it improves communication and adds SPICE to the relationship.

What is NFP and How Does It Work?

Barring any medical problems, men are always fertile. Women alternate between periods of fertility and infertility. By cooperating with this cycle, couples effectively achieve or avoid pregnancy. For more information and a brief description of the methods, click here or cursor over the method name to link to their national websites. 

For Engaged Couples 

To find a listing of introductory sessions in the Archdiocese click here.

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Latest News

Annual Family Gathering for the Love & Life Mass And Dinner

You & your family are invited to enjoy an evening of faith, fellowship and fun in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of Humanae Vitae (July 25, 1968), a foundation encyclical on family love & the sanctity of life.

Join friends from around the St. Louis area for this anticipated annual event sponsored by the Office of Natural Family Planning. Mass will be celebrated at by Archbishop Robert J Carlson followed by a dinner catered by Pasta House and family entertainment in Boland Hall.

Adult: $12

Children (Ages 3-11): $6

{or a maximum of $60 per household}

RSVP by July 15

Click here for ticket purchasing info.

Spring: A time of Transition to Hope and Healing

Spring can be a difficult time of the year for individuals who are trying to stay hopeful while longing to have a child. You feel as if you are doing everything you can and still feel as if winter is hanging on.
The Enkindle Ministry is hosting a gathering to talk about some of the feelings this time of year evokes. Everyone is unique in his/her journey with infertility. This group will give you a chance to communicate your individual experience and to hear from others ways thathave helped them navigate through and cope with thesedifficult stages.

Date:   Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from  6:30-8:30pm

Location:   The Office of Natural Family Planning
11700 Studt Ave. Suite C
St. Louis, MO 63141
RSVP APPRECIATED (314) 991-0327 OR bit.ly/EnkindleSpring2018

Sponsored by Enkindle Infertility Support Ministry, a program of the Archdiocesan Office of Natural Family Planning,providing free spiritual and emotional counseling for couples struggling with infertility.  

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