The Komen Kowardice roundup:
Creative Minority Report 1
Creative Minority Report 2
Creative Minority Report 3
Badger Catholic has a sickening comparison: a local food bank declined PP food donations, and the abortion bullies came out in force to scream about it
The Deacon's Bench
The Anchoress (with many additional links)
In some of these, the blogger merely shares news articles, but I've included them anyway because their commenters are avidly discussing the matter.
I'll try to keep this updated through the weekend; if there's a Catholic blogosphere reaction you'd like me to share here that I haven't seen, please send it to me at the address in my sidebar.
Now: I'm disappointed, but not particularly surprised. Taking on the national religion is bound to bring repercussions, and Komen wasn't strong enough to stand up to the religion-of-easy-sex fanatics who piled on and screamed about how you just don't love women or care about women's health unless you're willing to turn every woman into a contraceptive zombie and abortion slave. Because, you know, if people started actually embracing chastity, entering into sacramental marriage as opposed to the easily-broken civil sham version of it, and being gladdened by children, our whole economy of vapid materialism, disgusting porn, worthless electronic toys and gadgets and overpriced political coffee would crumble away like the phantasmagoria it is.
So when even the slightest gesture is made to attack the culture of Sex Without Consequences and abortion on demand, the whole army of devoted worshipers at these evil temples turns out in force demanding that the human sacrifices be continued unabated and uncriticized, lest our civilization crumble into dust. Because there is nothing, nothing, nothing more important in America than the right to engage in sex acts anytime with anyone who consents provided that there's no chance whatsoever that conception will result--except the equal right to kill off any children that do result from this rampant, lascivious and promiscuous way of living, via the sacred temple sacrifice called abortion. And what Komen learned is that standing up to this monster is too costly for anyone who isn't actually opposed to the national religion, and thus already treated like outcasts and pariahs and used to such treatment. Komen was used to polite applause and smarmy, unctuous approval, and they never realized that that approval was contingent upon their being happy to be One of Them; that is, one of the followers of the religion of contraception and abortion, of Sex Without Consequences, facilitating that wholesome pastime of skankery and whorishness that America has adopted as its own special sort of virtue.