Events & Activities

Mother-Daughter Tea for 10 to 13 year old girls 
This year's tea is scheduled for Sunday, April 22, 2018 and will be held at the Meehan Center at Sts Simon and Jude in West Chester.  The Mother-Daughter Tea is a special program for mothers and daughters to interact in a facilitated group setting while they learn about the gift of fertility and how to care for it. Talks will focus on the sacredness of human life, the physical changes in a girl's body, the importance of modesty and the development of healthy parent and peer relationships. Health care professionals will be available to answer questions regarding  normal reproductive physiology and when to seek medical evaluation. Click here for link to registration page.  Click here for event flyer.  For more information or to volunteer, please call Helen at  (610) 436-8323.
Voice your view on conscience and faith in healthcare - do it now!
The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Resources (HHS) has proposed-and asked for our comments on-a new rule that would strongly protect the religious and conscience rights of health professionals and patients. The new rule will help protect pro-life, faith-based and morally concerned health professionals and patients from discrimination, loss of physician, coercion, job loss, loss of healthcare access, license revocation, demotions, loss of educational opportunity, forced training and much more.
The new rule also gives us a defender-the HHS Office of Civil Rights-to  take up complaints of discrimination, educate the health community about conscience and enforce 25 federal laws related to faith and conscience freedom in healthcare.
So the quick action you can take right now is to visit the Freedom2Care web page  here and follow the very simple steps to submit your comment. 
PLEASE NOTE: the deadline is March 27.
Consider becoming a FertilityCare Practitioner
What career is more rewarding than that of a FertilityCare™ Practitioner? The Creighton Model FertilityCare™ education program can be completed in as little as thirteen months. Graduates of the program are considered allied health professionals.  For additional  information please click here. There are two scheduled programs on the east coast in 2018. The first  will be in Darien, Connecticut from May 19 to May 26 and the second will be held at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington, Long Island from August 17 to 20. Please contact the Education Program Director, Kathy Rivet, BS, CFCP, CFCE, at 603-232-3141 or E-mail Come help build a culture of life in women's health care. For a list of all programs throughout the United States click here
Humanae Vitae Symposium at the Catholic University of America, April 4-16, 2018

The USCCB Committee for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth will join with several Catholic academic institutions to host what promises to be a magnificent symposium on Humanae Vitae at the Catholic University of America, April 4-6, 2018. The symposium, Humanae Vitae (1968-2018): Embracing God's Vision for Marriage, Love, and and Life, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s prophetic document with a sterling slate of speakers, led by Archbishop Charles Chaput, and with a welcome by Catholic University President John Garvey. Click here for flyer.

Humanae Vitae Symposium in Ontario, California, July 27-28, 2018

Join us at the Ontario Convention Center of Ontario, California July 27-28, 2018 as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae. This conference will feature fifty speakers, including: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone,  Professor Janet Smith, PhD,  George Weigel,  Christopher West,  Patrick Coffin and  Dr. Ray Guarendi. For more information, click here.

Tell the CDC to report accurate data on the Creighton Model!

Join us in requesting that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) update its website to reflect the best data available and to cite the individual effectiveness rate of each unique type of evidence-based natural method of birth regulation (also referred to as FABM).  The CDC's  website currently reports that the combined typical “failure rate” for all FABMs  is 24%.
Outrageous! This rate misrepresents the actual effectiveness of individual modern FABMs.
The number 24%  comes from a retrospective survey based on patient recall, a flawed methodology which is less likely to report accurate success rates.
Women and medical professionals deserve the truth.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2017 St. Gianna Scholarship!

For the past seven years the Friends of FertilityCare Philadelphia has offered scholarships to medical students, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who wish to incorporate NaProTechnology in their practice. This year's winner was a fourth year Jefferson Medical student, Tucker Brown.  Please use the contact page if you are interested in applying for the scholarship. If you are interested in supporting the scholarship, please click here.


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