Tuesday, October 2, 2012

More Natural Family Planning services coming to Vancouver

Catholic Family Services spearheads training of practitioners
Catholic Family Services hopes to have a minimum of 30 instructors in
Natural Family Planning methods by the end of the year. Pavel Reid,
CFS director, sees the instruction as a necessity for young couples
preparing for marriage. Dreamstime photo.
The B.C. Catholic recently caught up with Pavel Reid, director of Catholic Family Services, to discuss Natural Family Planning:
New Natural Family Planning (NFP) services are coming to the Archdiocese of Vancouver. Catholic Family Services (CFS) recently announced they will be establishing an NFP centre and offering training for NFP practitioners.
"We are part of the marriage preparation process in the archdiocese, and I discovered we didn't have the capacity to provide full training for couples in Natural Family Planning," said Pavel Reid, director of Catholic Family Services.
CFS met with representatives from three different NFP groups: NaPro/Creighton, WOOMB, and Serena, and set a goal of training a minimum of 10 instructors for each method by the end of 2012, said Reid.
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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