Posts Tagged ‘Fertility’

Fertility Forum

12Mar18

The Fertility Forum is open to individuals who are interested in and excited about promoting the Church’s teaching on Humanae Vitae. The group comprises NFP users, NFP teachers, mums, school teachers, healthcare professionals and the Sisters! The last Fertility Forum meeting was on Tuesday 27th February. We had a great discussion and have made a […]


TeenSTAR educates teenagers in fertility awareness and sexuality in the context of adult responsibility, reflecting on the physiological, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual aspects of sexuality. TeenSTAR UK teacher training is in Cambridge from 18th – 22nd April 2018


The next meeting of the Fertility Forum will be on Tuesday 27th February at 7pm, at the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative, 104 Albert Road, Crosshill, Glasgow, G42 8DR. The forum is open for anyone to attend and you don’t need to have come to a previous meeting or be an expert. Please email gospeloflifesisters@googlemail.com if […]


We would like to invite you to a brainstorming session on fertility, on Tuesday 23rd January at 7 pm, at the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative. If you are able to attend, please let us know by email to gospeloflife@btinternet.com 50 years on from Humanae Vitae, we are all aware of the widespread scepticism and disregard […]


http://www.mfmprojectuk.org We have invited the MFM Project to come to Glasgow this Autumn and run two training weekends for those interested in delivering these innovative fertility education workshops in schools: Women’s Training to teach the Girl’s Workshop “The Cycle Show”: 30th September – 1st October Men’s Training to teach the Boy’s Workshop “Agents on a Mission”: […]


The award winning MFM Project runs fertility education workshops for boys and girls in their pre-teen years. We are looking for women and men to become trainers. “ I can only protect what I value and respect.” In a society where sex education is geared towards protecting young people from fertility (with negative connotations such […]