Fertility Care

Have you heard of the Pope Paul VI Institute? Dr. Thomas Hilgers is the founder and has a fertility care program called the Creighton Method of Natural Family Planning. This method of fertility health care has helped many couples when they thought all was impossible. Please check out their web site:

Pope Paul VI Institute
http://www.popepaulvi.com/

Welcome to the Home of
FertilityCare and NaProTechnology!

The Pope Paul VI Institute, founded in 1985 by Thomas W. Hilgers, MD, is internationally recognized for its outstanding achievements in the field of natural fertility regulation and reproductive medicine — 30 years of scientific research and educational program development; allied health professional education programs for couples and professionals; professional, caring, and morally acceptable patient services. The Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction is building a culture of life in women’s health care through its major developments — Creighton Model FertilityCare System and NaProTechnology.

Be sure to check out The NaProTechnology Revolution to find out more about the impact of the newest women’s health science. Newly added to the site is a PDF download of the Introduction from the book for you to read. NaProTechnology…what every woman has a right to know about her body…her health…her future!

Catholic Fertility Conference 2011 ~ Diocese of Lexington

 Family Life Ministries 

Catholic Diocese of Lexington


 This website, is an on-line resource for all persons, Catholic and non-Catholic, who desire to discover and experience the full splendor of God’s truth for family life. We believe that those who discover the rich treasure of Catholic teaching will find the answer to the deepest hungers of their hearts and homes.

What’s New




All 2011 and Some 2012 Marriage Preparation information is on-line



The Intersection of Faith and Science on
Fertility-related Issues” (click here for brochure)



-Concluding with the White Mass celebrated by Bishop Ronald Gainer






Catholic Radio Show: NaPro Technology

Interested in finding out more about Natural Procreation (NaPro) Technology?  Are you curious about the Creighton Method of natural family planning? 

On Thursday, June 24th, Dr. Ja.son Matt.ingly, a NaPro physician, and Syl.via Cor.son, a Creighton Method instructor/nurse, will appear on the Mik.e Alle.n Show from 5:00-6:00pm EST.  They will discuss the many aspects of NaPro Technology and the Creighton Method.  You can listen live by following this link (click on the “Listen Live” box on the right side of the page). The show has a 1-800 call in number if a listener would like to ask the guests a question.

NaPro Technology of the America’s

USA ~ Main Head quarters:

Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction
Creighton Model FertilityCare™ Allied Health Education Programs
Director: Thomas W. Hilgers, MD, CFCE, CFCMC
6901 Mercy Road
Omaha, NE 68106
education@popepaulvi.com
(402) 390-9168
(402) 390-9851 Fax

*Canada:
email us so we can put you in contact with the closest NaProTECHNOLOGY Medical Consultant.
Mexico:
Blessed Miguel Pro Education Program (Interim)
Director: Carlos Aldana, MD, CFCMC, CFCE
Bosque de Chapultepec 118
Col. Bosques del Parque
CP 37130 Leon, Gto. , Mexico
caldnfp@prodigy.net.mx
Phone: 52-47-73-35-04

*Prayer intentions: Please pray for the country of Canada that they may soon be filled with holy doctors knowledgeable about NaPro Technology.

NaPro Center to open in NYC in 2009

Please welcome our new guest author “All You Who Hope“, to the Apostolate of Hannah’s Tears. Please continue to pray for our Catholic doctors, nurses, and those in the field of fertility health, as the Lord is opening many new doors to bless women in their health needs.

Thank you again to my dear friend at “All You Who Hope”!

Guest Author: All You Who Hope
Napro Center Announcement

New York City is getting a NaPro center! The JPII Center for Women will open an authentically Catholic, comprehensive women’s healthcare center in Manhattan in July 2009. The center will offer many services for women, including NaProTechnology. The project is still in the early stages, but you can follow the progress on their blog.

With more than 1.5 million people in Manhattan, it is hard to believe that this will be its first NaPro center. It is even more surprising considering the large Catholic population in the city (there are about 2.5 million Catholics in the Archdiocese of New York).

The center is the dream of a Carmelite mother of seven, who lives in Upstate New York with her family, and a young doctor from Pennsylvania. The two women, with the help of generous anonymous donors, are teaming up to make their dream a reality and help countless women along the way.

Here’s an excerpt from their blog:

Our goal is to create a uniquely woman-centered “medical home” for women living in Manhattan and surrounding areas, a place where women can come for all of their healthcare needs — both general and reproductive — a place where they will receive excellent medical care in an environment that supports and affirms their dignity as women.

We hope to be a “home” where women can feel comfortable, knowing that their medical care is completely in line with their Catholic values (practicing according to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Healthcare) and where their unique needs and challenges as wives, mothers, daughters, religious or single lay women are considered and addressed as part of their comprehensive medical care.

How exciting! What an awesome opportunity for NaProTechnology to be made visible to such a wide audience. NaPro is not just some alternative for those of us who happen to be Catholic; it is a medically-sound, proven and often more successful alternative to assisted reproductive technologies, not to mention it focuses on diagnosing and treating the disease rather than just applying a band-aid. As the doctor behind this project told me, it will only be a matter of time before NaPro sweeps the nation!

Please keep this center in your prayers, those involved would truly appreciate it. Perhaps you could pray especially to St. Gianna, since the center will be named for her (the “JPII Center for Women” is the name it is incorporated under, but Gianna will be the name of the actual center. Actually, John Paul II is probably another great one to pray to for this as well! What wonderful helpers the center will have in heaven!).