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St. Gianna Beretta Molla

  • St. Gianna Beretta Molla

    St. Gianna Beretta Molla (1922-1962) was a physician, a mom, and a loving wife. She was canonized in Rome on May 16, 2004. Her feast day is April 28th.

    The canonization of Saint Gianna is the first of its kind. Many mothers have been beatified for their heroic virtues, but they entered religious life after becoming widowed. In the case of Saint Gianna, the very condition of her being a spouse and mother is being exalted and highlighted. Saint Gianna is the first canonized woman physician and professional who was also a wife and mother.

    The mission of the Society of Saint Gianna is to promote holiness in the family and respect for the sanctity of all human life by spreading devotion to Saint Gianna and the virtues she extolled. In an age when marriage, family life, virtue, and holiness are under assault from many sides, the life of Gianna Beretta Molla is a striking witness of hope and beauty.

    For more information about St. Gianna, please visit:  The Society of Saint Gianna

    St. Gianna Beretta Molla

    St. Gianna Beretta Molla (1922-1962) was a physician, a mom, and a loving wife. She was canonized in Rome on May 16, 2004. Her feast day is April 28th.

    The canonization of Saint Gianna is the first of its kind. Many mothers have been beatified for their heroic virtues, but they entered religious life after becoming widowed. In the case of Saint Gianna, the very condition of her being a spouse and mother is being exalted and highlighted. Saint Gianna is the first canonized woman physician and professional who was also a wife and mother.

    The mission of the Society of Saint Gianna is to promote holiness in the family and respect for the sanctity of all human life by spreading devotion to Saint Gianna and the virtues she extolled. In an age when marriage, family life, virtue, and holiness are under assault from many sides, the life of Gianna Beretta Molla is a striking witness of hope and beauty.

    For more information about St. Gianna, please visit:  The Society of Saint Gianna

Our Mission

  • Our mission is to provide professional FertilityCare services in a way that is morally acceptable to people of all faiths. We maintain the integrity of the human person from the moment of conception until natural death. We respect the dignity of women and the sanctity of marriage.

About Us

  • About the Practitioner

     

    snoozyJennifer is a stay-at-home wife and mother.  She is also employed part-time designing and presenting Abstinence Education curriculum for the local pregnancy crisis center.  In addition, she is frequently asked to speak on a range of topics such as Theology of the Body, Abortifacient Birth Control, and Fetal Development & Abortion Procedures.  Before having children, Jennifer worked for twelve years in the local schools teaching music to grades 5 through 12.  She has a BA in Music Education, BA in East Asian Studies, and MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) from Lewis & Clark College.  She also spent two years in Japan as an exchange student and enjoys martial arts, flower arranging, and traditional tea ceremony.

    Initially, Jennifer learned a sympto-thermo method of Natural Family Planning.  Creighton Model System was recommended to her after she discovered an infertility issue.  CrMS was an excellent fit because of all the information that the chart gave about her gynecologic health.  During a diagnostic laparoscopy, Dr. Hilgers discovered that she indeed had extensive pelvic adhesive disease (as a result of a ruptured appendix) and endometriosis.  It took two more NaPro surgeries to remove the endometriosis and scar tissue, and to re-open her fallopian tubes.  With progesterone support, Jennifer and her husband were able to conceive and carry to term a child in 2012.

    jenniferAfter her experience with CrMS, Jennifer felt strongly called to become a practitioner herself.  She would like the system to be more widely available to women and couples, especially here in the Northwest where it is still fairly unknown.  Jennifer is approved to teach long distance and now has many clients from all over the state of Oregon, and a few in California, Washington and Arizona.
    Jennifer has been charting with the Creighton Model System since 2004.  She studied to become a FertilityCare Practitioner under the sponsorship of St. Pius X Catholic Church. 

    St. Gianna FertilityCare Center was established in 2009 and is currently the only FertilityCare Center in the state of Oregon.

    About Us

    About the Practitioner

     

    snoozyJennifer is a stay-at-home wife and mother.  She is also employed part-time designing and presenting Abstinence Education curriculum for the local pregnancy crisis center.  In addition, she is frequently asked to speak on a range of topics such as Theology of the Body, Abortifacient Birth Control, and Fetal Development & Abortion Procedures.  Before having children, Jennifer worked for twelve years in the local schools teaching music to grades 5 through 12.  She has a BA in Music Education, BA in East Asian Studies, and MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) from Lewis & Clark College.  She also spent two years in Japan as an exchange student and enjoys martial arts, flower arranging, and traditional tea ceremony.

    Initially, Jennifer learned a sympto-thermo method of Natural Family Planning.  Creighton Model System was recommended to her after she discovered an infertility issue.  CrMS was an excellent fit because of all the information that the chart gave about her gynecologic health.  During a diagnostic laparoscopy, Dr. Hilgers discovered that she indeed had extensive pelvic adhesive disease (as a result of a ruptured appendix) and endometriosis.  It took two more NaPro surgeries to remove the endometriosis and scar tissue, and to re-open her fallopian tubes.  With progesterone support, Jennifer and her husband were able to conceive and carry to term a child in 2012.

    jenniferAfter her experience with CrMS, Jennifer felt strongly called to become a practitioner herself.  She would like the system to be more widely available to women and couples, especially here in the Northwest where it is still fairly unknown.  Jennifer is approved to teach long distance and now has many clients from all over the state of Oregon, and a few in California, Washington and Arizona.
    Jennifer has been charting with the Creighton Model System since 2004.  She studied to become a FertilityCare Practitioner under the sponsorship of St. Pius X Catholic Church. 

    St. Gianna FertilityCare Center was established in 2009 and is currently the only FertilityCare Center in the state of Oregon.

Daily Inspiration

"The great danger for family life, in the midst of any society whose idols are pleasure, comfort and independence, lies in the fact that people close their hearts and become selfish." - Pope John Paul II

  • Creighton Model FertilityCare System

    Creighton Model FertilityCare System

    The St. Gianna FertilityCare Center provides responsible parenthood instruction in the CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare System (CrMS) for both achieving and avoiding pregnancy, timing conception, pregnancy evaluation, NaPro tracking the procreative cycle, SPICE instruction, and marital bonding.

    Creighton Model FertilityCare System

    The St. Gianna FertilityCare Center provides responsible parenthood instruction in the CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare System (CrMS) for both achieving and avoiding pregnancy, timing conception, pregnancy evaluation, NaPro tracking the procreative cycle, SPICE instruction, and marital bonding. This is a service program designed to give you the important information you will need to make natural procreative choices and to monitor, maintain, and evaluate your procreative and gynecologic health.



    Learning the Creighton Model

    Learning the CrMS begins with an Introductory Session (general presentation in small group or individual format) which explains scientific foundations, methodology, applications to various reproductive categories, and how to NaProTrack your cycles.
     
    This continues with a series of essential and individualized follow-up teaching apointments (personal instruction on use of the system and complete chart review). At each private follow-up, the FertilityCare Practitioner tailors the system to your specific needs. These sessions are recommended five times during the first three months of use and an additional three times over the remainder of a year.
     
    Subsequent follow-ups are recommended every six to twelve months as needed. Your Practioner is also available for consultation between sessions should any questions arise.

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“Jennifer is confident when teaching and demonstrates a high attention to detail when reviewing your chart. She knows how to proceed in various situations and follows a logical progression in her teaching. My favorite thing about Jenifer is her calming demeanor over the phone.”

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