Ask your Catholic friends, too! Word of mouth is best if the online directories at One More Soul don’t have anybody near you.
My husband asked a catholic coworker of his about family doctors (so we could find someone who also works w/ his insurance that he gets at work). His coworker referred us to two of them who have a practice together, so we go to them. I really liek the one I go to–he’s the only dr. I’ve ever gone to who hasn’t looked at me l like I’m nuts when I mention NFP.
So, I got a referral to a Catholic OBGYN from him.
Word of mouth is important because not every Catholic, pro-life, pro-nfp doctor is listed on the internet. Sometimes this just happens to be the case, and sometimes there are reasons. For example, some Dr’s may work for medical groups that do not allow them to publicly list themselves as part of any “special-interest” group within their profession, especially ones with religious foundations. Kaiser Permanente is one such–or so I’m told by a Catholic Dr. I know who works for them. The fear is that this will turn off patients. I don’t think it occurs to the people who make such policies that it might also attract them!