Diocesan NFP Statement of Mission, Vision and Objectives
Becoming a Diocese of Green Bay NFP Provider
If you are an NFP provider seeking to become affiliated with the Diocese of Green Bay Office of Marriage Family and Pro-Life, please contact Todd at (920) 272-8317. Please have handy your current certification from your NFP method. You can also read more about the requirements and benefits of association with diocesan ministry here.
If you are an NFP user seeking to begin study to become an NFP provider in a USCCB accredited method, please begin that process by contacting the method directly, however you may also contact the Diocese of Green Bay with any questions you may have. The diocese may be able to help provide some financial support for couples wishing to become certified in a method of their choice. Please check back on this page periodically for updates as forms are made available, but please also contact the office of Marriage, Family and Pro-Life in the meantime at (920) 272-8317.
Archive of NFP Ministry Newsletters
|Spring 2019||Summer 2019||NFP Awareness Week 2019 Special Edition||Fall 2019||Winter 2019|
|Spring 2020||Summer 2020||NFP Awareness Week 2020 Special Edition||Fall 2020||Winter 2020|
*To subscribe to these newsletters, please email todd at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Please include a brief description of your involvement with NFP ministry.
Resources for Diocese of Green Bay NFP Providers
|Annual Reporting Form||User Guide for Ournaturalfamily.com Website||Instructions for Completing online background check for Safe Environment||W-9 Form|
|Application for Financial Assistance with Method Certification/Re-certification (Forthcoming)||1. Printable Love Languages Inventory|
2. Inventorio-Los 5 Lenguages de Amor
3. 5 Love Languages Visual
|Spiritual Direction Brochure |
*List of spiritual directors and contact info available upon request.
|UMR Claim for for NFP Services. (Valid for those on diocesan insurance)|
|5-Step Model for Healing Prayer||Certificate of Completion (Diocesan)|