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Christian Family Movement is a national network of parish/neighborhood small groups of Catholics and their families. Parents meet regularly in one another's homes or at the parish. Through the use of programming and the dynamics of group interaction, Christian values are reinforced and families are encouraged to reach out in action to others. Read more...

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For Happier Families, 2014-2015 CFM Program Guide
For Happier Families
For Happier Families
AVAILABLE NOW as a benefit of your 2014-2015 membership in the Christian Family Movement!: For Happier Families includes 8 meetings for adults, optional activities to use if children attend, and discussion questions to share with the whole family at home. For Happier Families invites CFM families to become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ in the context of their ordinary family lives. Participants consider, pray, discuss, and plan to take concrete action on ways that couples, families, and individuals can participate in bringing the light of faith to their families, parishes, and communities.

To obtain a copy of this program guide or any of our other guides, click here to join CFM or renew an existing membership. As a benefit of your membership in CFM, you will receive a copy of a program guide and the bi-monthly ACT e-newsletter. On the membership form, members may also sign up to receive Marriage Moments and/or Parenting Pointers, short weekly emails providing messages of support and encouragement for married couples and/or parents, respectively.

The Grand Adventure: A New Call to Grandparenting Program Book
The Grand Adventure: A Six-Meeting Grandparenting
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The Grand Adventure
The Grand Adventure: A New Call to Grandparenting is a six-Meeting Grandparenting Program written by Deacon Gary and Kay Aitchison, past Executive Directors and current International CFM Presidents. The Grand Adventure was created in response to an observed need in today's society to make better use of the grandparenting connection in family life...

CFM Summer 2014 Board Meeting
Bringing ideas and experiences from around the country, CFM National Board members gathered in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood for the annual Summer Board Meeting ...

ICCFM 2013 Bucaramanga, Colombia Convention
The triennial convention was held June 28-July 1, 2013.
Click for a Spanish video of convention highlights.
Click for the official convention website.
Click for an article in the Des Moines Archdiocese newspaper regarding Pastpresident couple Gary and Kay Aitchison's message at the convention.

 

    

CFM Group Locations
CFM Locations
CFM Locations
CFM groups are located at churches throughout the USA...                        

CFM Parish and Group Leader Resources
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CFM promotes Catholic teaching on marriage and family life, social justice and ecumenism. The Catholic Bishops of the United States recommend CFM in their documents, “Follow the Way of Love” and “Called and Gifted for the Third Millenium.” CFM is an active member of the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers (NACFLM).

The CFM USA Office offers our leaders support in forming groups, training leaders and leading meetings.

CFM Prayer Requests
Prayer Request
Prayer Request
CFM families care about your family. We invite you to share your prayer request with our national prayer circle.


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