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By Michele Chronister, Catholic Exchange, July 22, 2022

Michele Chronister is a wife, and mother to three little girls and one little one in heaven. She received her BA and MA in theology from the University of Notre Dame (’09 and ’11). …

For almost six years, I have worked for the Office of Natural Family Planning in my diocese, as their social media manager. In preparation for NFP Awareness Week this year, I conducted a series of pre-recorded interviews, talking about the theology, science, and goodness of NFP with couples, a doctor, a priest, and our office staff. In previous years of doing this, I have always been amazed by the themes that the Holy Spirit weaves through these interviews.

This year’s overarching theme seemed to be how the cross goes hand-in-hand with joy. Every person I spoke to reflected in some way on how NFP is both hard and yet so, so good. In my almost thirteen years of practicing NFP – while trying to conceive with secondary infertility or while trying to avoid pregnancy due to some serious health reasons – I have found the same. …

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