Presentation on NaProTechnology for Clergy on July 18 in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

St. Helena’s to host evening event with Father Tham, AAFCP Chaplain

 

Father Tham

from Friends of Fertility Care Philadelphia 

Fr. Joseph Tham, LC, MD, PhD, the AAFCP Chaplain and Dean of Bioethics at Regina Apostolorum in Rome is inviting all priests and deacons to learn more about the Creighton FertilityCare System and NaProTECHNOLOGY.

Clergy will gather, share and discuss ideas on how to incorporate this authentic Catholic health care information into their ministry with engaged and married couples.

Please join Fr. Tham on Thursday, July 18, 2019, 7PM at St. Helena’s Convent, 1489 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA. (map)  Entrance is off of Yost Rd.

Please contact Liz Parrish, CFCP at 267 221 1185 or email: fertilitycareservices@comcast.net  to register.

Everyone in Southeast Pennsylvania  is asked to encourage your parish priests and deacons to attend. 

 

The Friends of FertilityCare Philadelphia are a group of health care professionals and members of our community who wish to promote effective, integrated health care for women and couples. To that end, the Friends of FertilityCare are dedicated to making Creighton Model FertilityCare™ services and NaProTechnology known, respected and applied throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. The primary intention of the Friends of FertilityCare is to educate all people in the “good news” of Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System and NaProTechnology.  Use this link for more information.  

 

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