As a freshman there is never a shortage of different groups trying to get your attention, most offering free condoms as an incentive. This could be you having a condom-filled blast on Sands Beach. Stranded in the middle of a rainstorm with nothing but condoms and your cellphone? And like a regular coin purse, you can also keep your wrapped condoms in there too. Hate having loose change in your pockets or purse?
In general, people who do this sort of thing are mocking Catholic teaching. It would not be prudent to do something that has a good chance of being perceived as mocking the Church. Since there is clearly no necessity to buy condoms to make balloon animals, such cooperation cannot, IMO, be justified. I do not think it would constitute mortal sin, but I think it would be objectively venially sinful. Given that buying condoms is direct, if minor, support for the company itself, and given that these companies stand for values that are diametrically opposed to Catholic values, I think that material support in the form of purchasing their product does constitute minor material support for their objectively evil activities.
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