2019 Culture of Life Dinner
Join us in Celebrating the 7th Annual Culture of Life Dinner!
2019 Culture of Life Dinner
5:15 PM Saturday April 27, 2019
St. Wenceslaus Parish Hall
Iowa City at corner of Davenport & Dodge
You are invited to our 7th Annual Culture of Life Dinner to honor and promote current and future Pro-Life healthcare providers in Iowa City and surrounding communities through our Pope Paul VI Institute Education Grant!
Attend the Dinner to hear witness stories from six of our grant recipients, and learn how medical professionals inspire a Culture of Life in their communities through the CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System (CrMS).
Through the grace of God and our incredible benefactors, we have approved a record of seven fertility care grants this year! In addition, we have approved three Love & Life Grants for those attending the three day "Women's HealthCare Matters Conference".
Our dinner takes place in our St. Wenceslaus parish hall immediately following the 4PM, April 27th, Saturday Mass. At this dinner and program, we will be honoring 5 Practitioner Interns, 1 Medical Consultant Intern, and 3 Ambassadors of the Pope Paul VI Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System, who will each receive a grant to the Pope Paul VI Institute at this dinner.
We have dedicated our efforts for these grants and this Culture of Life Dinner to Our Lady. In the last eight years, God has blessed our St. Wenceslaus team with grants to 4 Doctors, 15 Practitioners, 1 Educator, and 5 Ambassadors of the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System! It is our prayerful intention to spread this good news throughout our entire diocese and state.
Your generosity will help support a Culture of Life and educate Pro-Life Ambassadors to seek out candidates desiring to learn and teach the CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System in their community!
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Frequently Asked Questions About the Culture of Life Dinner
Q: What is the Culture of Life Dinner all about?
A: It’s an evening we promote the Culture of Life by honoring Pro-Life Practitioners, Educators and Doctors. Hear incredible witness stories accompanied by great food and conversation! Learn how medical professionals inspire a Culture of Life in their community through the CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare™ System (CrMS). See how couples use this knowledge to plan their family and future as a team!
Q: Where can I learn more about this new method of women’s healthcare?
A: At the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction website is: www.popepaulvi.com Women now have an opportunity to understand and address the causes of infertility and the symptoms from which they suffer thanks to the new women's health science of NaProTECHNOLOGY www.naprotechnology.com
Q: How much does this dinner cost and is child care available?
A: There is no charge. However, to reserve your place, please pre-register by clicking here and check the “child care” box or call 913-426-5770 for more information about this dinner.
More Culture of Life Information
Below are videos providing background on the Pope Paul VI Institute, the birthplace of CrMS and NaPro.
These videos include:
- An EWTN interview of Dr. Hilgers by Raymond Arroyo
- A three-part video series on the Pope Paul VI Institute
- A feature on Dr. Hilgers and the Institute while Dr. Hilgers was in Rome for the beatification of Pope Paul VI
- An EWTN interview of Dr. Hilgers on: At Home with Jim and Joy
To view these videos, Click here
To watch a video comparing the Creighton Model FertilityCare System with NAPRO Technology vs. the "Pill" and In-Vitro Fertilization Click here
To watch a video produced by EWTN on the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction - with Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, featuring Susan and Dr Hilgers. Click here
Useful Website Links:
- Pope Paul VI Institute (Home of CrMS and NaPro)
- NaPro Technology Website
- Creighton Model Fertility Care Website
- FertilityCare Centers of America
Interested in becoming a FertilityCare™ Practitioner?
The Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System (CrMS) is provided by FertilityCare™ Practitioners (FCP) who are trained in a 13-month Allied Health Education Program. This is the most advance educational program available in this field. After graduating from this program, practitioners can become certified through the American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals, the national certifying body. These teachers are highly trained to assist couples in all aspects of fertility care and are trained to work with Medical Consultants trained in NaPro TECHNOLOGY to give the best care available.
To view a video about becoming a FertilityCare™ Practitioner, click here
For more information go to the Pope Paul VI Institute
For more information about our St. Wenceslaus grant assistance, click here
To donate, click here