Guess which official of the US bishops conference’s Office of Child and Youth Protection serves on the advisory board of the pro-abortion Feminist Majority Foundation’s National Center for Women and Policing.
That’s right: Teresa Kettelkamp, author of the now infamous memo to all the US bishops.
Now some may claim that simply being the member of the board doesn’t mean she’s personally pro-abortion. If she’s not pro-abortion, then how could she associate herself with an organization that promotes it? If the KKK set up a literacy project, would you have a problem with a Catholic official who joins the effort and allows the KKK to use his name on their web site to legitimize themselves?
Your parents’ old admonition is true: You are known by the company you keep. I think Teresa Kettelkamp should be asked to publicly clarify where she stands on abortion, the tactics of the Feminist Majority Foundation, it’s anti-Catholic bias, and the pro-abortion front’s rabid anti-chastity efforts.
The US bishops just agreed at their meeting last year that no Catholic institution would give a platform to anyone who promotes abortion or other dissent from Church teaching. Should they employ the same person?