The Catholic College of Saint Rose -- run by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet -- is now referring students to mega abortion provider Planned Parenthood on its web site. In fact, Planned Parenthood is listed twice by the college, once under "health and wellness" and again under "ask a nurse practitioner." Another radical pro-abortion group called Our Bodies, Ourselves is also listed.
Click here to STOP Planned Parenthood at Saint Rose
Here are the screen shots from October 17, 2015.
TFP Student Action's peaceful pro-life petition is addressed to Dr. Carolyn Stefanco, president of the College of Saint Rose, located in Albany, New York, respectfully urging her to remove every pro-abortion group from the college's web site.
A recent TFP Student Action petition to DePaul University, the largest Catholic university in the nation, was victorious. Hours after the petition was launched, DePaul deleted its links to Planned Parenthood.
Doesn't the College of Saint Rose know what Planned Parenthood does to innocent babies? How can any Catholic college even think about referring students to Planned Parenthood's killing centers?
Moreover, Saint Rose's Integrity Statement adopted in 2005 would seem to stand in direct conflict with allowing Planned Parenthood to be featured online. "...in keeping with its mission, The College of Saint Rose creates a culture that continually fosters the development of personal integrity and promotes ethical behavior throughout the larger society," the statement reads.
Let the truth be told: There is nothing more unethical than procured abortion and as one of its largest providers, Planned Parenthood is against God.
So please let the College of Saint Rose hear from you.
And share this pro-life alert with all your friends and family.
More contact information (please be firm yet polite):
Dr. Carolyn J. Stefanco
The College of Saint Rose
432 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203
Office hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
“To destroy the fetus ‘is something worse than murder.’ The one who does this ‘does not take away life that has already been born, but prevents it from being born.'”
St. John Chrysostom