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Natural Family Planning

Natural Family Planning From Standards for Diocesan Natural Family Planning Ministry, p. 23:

Natural Family Planning is an umbrella term for certain methods used to achieve and avoid pregnancies. These methods are based on observation of the naturally occurring signs and symptoms of the fertile and infertile phases of a woman's menstrual cycle. Couples using NFP to avoid pregnancy abstain from intercourse and genital contact during the fertile phase of the woman's cycle. No drugs, devices, or surgical procedures are used to avoid pregnancy.
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 the child. By respecting the love-giving and life-giving natures of marriage, NFP can enrich the bond between husband and wife.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website on Natural Family Planning

NFP Methods Couple-to-Couple League

Couple-to-Couple League Sympto-Thermal Method Pope Paul VI Institute

Creighton Model FertilityCare Billings Ovulation Method Association, USA

Billings Ovulation Method®

Diocese of Birmingham Instructors

Birmingham Metro

Kathy & Harold Gray

Couple to Couple League Sympto-Thermal Method

Dr. Maria Meyers

Marquette Method

Teresa Shirley, BS, FCP

Creighton Model

Huntsville Metro

Deloris & Keith Brown

Couple to Couple League Sympto-Thermal Method

Alison & Chris Protz

Couple to Couple League Sympto-Thermal Method

Tuscaloosa Metro

Jana & Christopher Coffman

Couple to Couple League Sympto-Thermal Method