Taking the four components of God’s love for us (free, total, faithful, fruitful) and comparing them to marital love, Ellen Gable Hrkach shows how we can discover how to live the sacrament of matrimony as a vocation.
Browsing: Natural Family Planning
In this installment of #TOBtalk, read how Theology of the Body helped Kaitlyn Mason put God at the center of her marriage.
Melanie Jean Juneau found her call to mothering a large family, thanks to Theology of the Body. Read more in this installment of #TOBtalk with the CatholicMom writers.
Charisse Tierney shares in this installment of #TOBtalk how Theology of the Body has become a road map for her.
Charisse Tierney shares a natural family planning student’s story of hope and health.
After the death of their severely disabled older child and a battle with breast cancer, Liz and Kent Gilges describe how Liz’s infertility in her early 40s felt like a tremendous blessing. Read more of their remarkable story in this interview by Karee Santos.
It is very unfortunate that over the past forty or so years a number of Christian (Protestant) welfare organisations have bought into the heavily funded agenda from groups like Planned Parenthood which says that the distribution of contraceptives and even surgical abortion is necessary in the developing world.
Through working with the natural cycles, using self-discipline and chastity, couples live in union with God’s plan.
I am somehow so schizophrenically lazy that I would rather carry, birth, diaper, breastfeed and raise forevermore a human being than put color-coded baby stickers on a paper chart each night. Don’t even get me started on waking up early every morning to take my temp. Not.Ever.Happening.