IOWA CITY — The annual Culture of Life Dinner will take place April 27 at 5:15 p.m. at St. Wenceslaus Parish Hall.
Learn how medical professionals inspire a Culture of Life in their community through the Creighton Model Fertility Care™ System (CrMS). See how couples use this knowledge to plan their family and future as a team.
The Creighton Model was developed by the Pope Paul VI Institute in Omaha, Neb., to help couples unravel the mysteries of the menstrual cycle and female fertility. It can be used to help couples avoid or achieve pregnancy and to identify hormonal abnormalities.
Each year, free will donations from the dinner are used for Pope Paul VI Education Grants, which help individuals offset costs of FertilityCare practitioner training. Grants are also given to individuals who wish to attend the annual Women’s HealthCare Matters conference at the institute.
The event is being sponsored by the St. Wenceslaus KC council. Register at www.stwenc-ic.com. For more information call (913) 426-5770.