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Memorial Mass for Dr Evelyn Billings

Dear brothers and sisters-in-Christ,

We would like to announce that the Natural Family Planning service of Singapore is organising a Memorial Mass in remembrance of the late Dr Evelyn Billings, founder of the Billings Method of Family Planning.

Date: Saturday, 9 March 2013

Time: 4.00 pm
Maris Stella Convent Chapel
49D Holland Road

All are welcome to join in this memorial mass.

We appreciate your very timely assistance.

God bless,
Pollen & Genevieve
VP, NFP Singapore

For all enquiries, please contact 9106 1990 or send us a note.


Dr Evelyn Billings, world-renowned pioneer of natural fertility regulation, died this morning after a short illness

PRESS RELEASE – 16th February 2013 – From WOOMB International

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It is with full hearts that we write today to tell you the death on 16th February 2013 of our beloved founder, Dr Evelyn Livingston Billings AM, DCSG, MBBS (Melb), DCH (Lond) aged 95 after a short illness.

Dr Lyn, as we all knew her, together with her husband, Dr John Billings, founded the Method of natural fertility regulation which bears their name.  Her studies on breastfeeding mothers and women approaching menopause made a major contribution to the work.  For half a century they traveled the world teaching and promoting their Method in faithfulness to Pope Paul VI’s call to “men (and women) of science (and) physicians (to) be obedient to the Lord’s call and to act as faithful interpreters of His plan.”

Natural Family Planning featured in the 15 Apr 2012 issue of Catholics News

Natural Family Planning was featured in the Family Life Line section of the 15 Apr 2012 issue of Catholics News.

Often, when people think of NFP, they think of it as method of postpone pregnancy. In fact, it is also a very effective means to help couples achieve pregnancy.

Bernadette and Matthew, our couple in charge of outreach, spoke with Cara and Kai from Holy Cross Church to bring you this story of their NFP learning experience. They were instructed by Mrs Teresa Phua who is the centre head of the NFP Centre of Holy Cross Church.

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