Voices For Life

Voices for Life is an e-publication dedicated to informing and educating the public on pro-life and pro-family issues. We cover issues from conception until natural death, as well as all family life issues.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

NaPro Road Show Success

In the center Dr. Ruberu, MC, Ob/Gyn and Helen LaFrance, FCP surrounded
by the members of the respect life committee at St Peter's Church.

from Friends of Fertility Care

The first roadshow for the year was held Sunday, April 10 at St. Peter Catholic Church in West Brandywine, PA. About thirty people were in attendance to hear how NaProTECHNOLOGY is life affirming health care and assists women with various reproductive health issues. There was a viewing of the film NaPro: A Quiet Revolution produced by the Black Friars Media followed by our wonderful witness couples who told their stories of health and healing. Afterward, Dr. Monique Ruberu, OB/GYN shared with the audience what led her to practice pro-life medicine and then answered questions posed by the audience which were written on index cards. Christina, a local woman who gave her testimony, tells us, “I was so overjoyed to finally meet Dr. Ruberu. She is such an inspiration!”

According to Helen LaFrance, FCP, this road show was a huge success. Helen met people who were very interested in promoting NaProTECHNOLOGY, among them a physician, a chiropractor, and a Knight of Columbus. There were also several couples in the audience who were struggling with infertility and expressed an interest in learning more. Helen said that the materials flew off the table and people wanted the NaProTechnology Revolution book by Dr. Thomas W. Hilgers. She mentioned that there were even a few more names added to our e- mailing list. She shared with us: “What an incredible networking experience!”

The next NaPro Roadshow will be held at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Sellersville on July 7, 2016. Please check the website using this link for details.

You can view the film, “NaPro: A Quiet Revolution” that was shown that night  using this link.   The cost is $3.99 to rent or $15.99 to purchase.  

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