Archive for September 2016

Irregular cycles does not equal birth control prescription!

Verily is on a roll! The website that promotes positive and healthy views and lifestyles of women is talking a lot about women’s bodies and the pill, and it’s definitely not what you’d expect to find in our contraception-heavy culture. They recently published two articles talking about women’s bodies, fertility, and the pill. And whether you’re new…

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We’re hiring!

CCL Central recently completed an extensive strategic planning and we are solidly focused on mission growth in the coming year and beyond. This has led to the need for an additional team member on staff, in a new role created to focus on increasing our teaching numbers and, thus, our mission. We are looking for…

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Happy Online Learning Day!

Has Google made you smarter? While it’s no match to a high school diploma or college degree, Google has definitely been there to answer our burning questions, curiosities or even settle an argument over some sort of disputed fact. For any “How I Met Your Mother” fans, you may remember the episode where Ted says smartphones…

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Ryan and Kassie’s love story

Real couples really do use NFP, and we asked them to tell us their NFP story. We will be sharing them here on the blog — the good parts and the struggles. Each of these couples is writing their own love story, and have chosen to do so by following God’s plan for marriage. Here…

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NFP allows you to know the best time to conceive

Trying to avoid or trying to conceive? It’s a pretty common question among those who use NFP since it’s a conversation that needs to be had every month. However, for couples who are contracepting it may seem like a crazy notion that you can use the same method of birth control to either avoid or…

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A patron saint for NFP couples

CCL joins the faithful worldwide who are rejoicing at the canonization of St. Teresa of Calcutta! Born Agnes Bojaxhiu to an Albanian family in Macedonia, Mother Teresa was known the world over for her care of the very poor and dying in India. She established the Missionaries of Charity in 1950, which now has more than…

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