Komen Foundation supports Planned Parenthood, abortion mill

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Komen for the Cure.jpgToo many women, too many friends, have or have had, breast cancer. Just the other day in the local newspaper there was an obit for a young woman who died of breast cancer at 43 years. Her battle with an ugly disease captured my prayer for that day. It drew to intensify my own resolve to work in simple ways to work for a cure but my angle is the spiritual battle; first petitioning the patron saint of those living with diseases of the breast, Saint Agatha. (If you're a Communio reader you might remember attention focussed on Saint Agatha's spiritual patronage for breast cancer survivors especially in February.)

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation is certainly one of the big funding agencies for breast cancer research. Their work is noteworthy. BUT the Komen Foundation is a very significant financial supporter of Planned Parenthood, an organization that does more than 25% of the abortions in the USA. An unacceptable collaboration for men and women of good will who work for the dignity of human life at all stages. And while 7.5 million dollars is a fraction of Komen's overall budget, any amount money going to the work of an abortion mill is too much money. I don't believe, in fact, I think there is deliberate hoodwinking of the Komen Foundation's spokesperson who offers a justification of the use of money: he claims a small amount of money goes to Planned Parenthood for breast health programs.

Steven Ertelt, Editor of LifeNews.com has an article, "Komen for the Cure Donated $7.5M to Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz in 2009," following the money from Komen to Planned Parenthood. Instead of sticking closely to a noble cause of breast health research Komen contributes to the heinous crime of killing babies.

The Susan G Komen for the Cure is NOT to be supported by Christians, of any stripe!

Saint Agatha, pray for us!!!


This is tragic. It's sad to see an otherwise very worthy cause take this political agenda on and use funds for charity to promote the death of infants. But it's also scary because that little pink ribbon is on EVERYTHING nowadays! I just bought cereal last week for my kids, and found out that General Mills gave a huge donation to Komen. Great. I guess I'll have to stick to generics from now on...
Thanks for posting this info, I'll try to get the word out.
God Bless,

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Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.



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