Catholic Resources

Back In His Arms Again Ministry

Miscarriage & Infant loss

Be Not Afraid Ministry

an online outreach to parents who have received a poor or difficult prenatal diagnosis. The family stories, articles, and links within this site are presented as a resource for those who may have been asked to choose between terminating a pregnancy or continuing on despite the diagnosis. The families faced the same decision and chose not to terminate. By sharing our experiences, we hope to offer encouragement to those who may be afraid to continue on.

God has a mission for each of us!

Catholic Adoption

Catholic Infertility Journey

The Infertility Companion for Catholics

Catholic Perimenopaus Support

Embrace Ministry

(Catholic Infertility Support)

Embracing the Cross of InfertilityAn Interview with Marie & Joseph Meaney.

Empty Nesters

“The Spirit of Mary, I wanted to know just how Mary had the strength to stand at the foot of the cross when all that she had put her faith in seemed to be coming to an end.”

Living the Sacrament

Our Mission: As a Catholic NFP community our purpose is to provide a safe and supportive space for our members to share and grow with one another in the Catholic faith; to visit about the daily joys and struggles of using NFP; to meet with other like minded individuals; to support one another; to pray for one another; and to encourage one another. We come here to be renewed in the Holy Spirit, so that we might return to our duties with renewed faith, hope and love.

One More Soul Doctors – (NFP Directory)

Catholic Medical Associations (supporting Doctors & Nurses)

  • Catholic Medical Association

    The Catholic Medical Association helps physicians grow in the spirit of Christ in their personal and professional lives, …

  • Catholic Physicians Guild

    Catholic Physicians

    Being a Catholic medical doctor is a ministry, which springs from a vocation within the Church. It is the mission of healing. It is strongly linked to God our Father .

5 thoughts on “Catholic Resources

  1. Our daughter-law and son lost their baby( baptized Natalie Elizabeth) 5 months into pregnancy. We have been searching for a St. Joseph medal and prayer card that identifies St. Joseph as the patron Saint of the unborn. If you could help, your assistance is appreciated. Sincerely, Sonny Paslowski


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