As others have said, neither staying single nor paying taxes are sins.
Some people are called towards marriage and parenthood, some are called towards a religious vocation, some are called to live their lives as single people… none of these are better or worse than the other, just different callings for different people. There is also no guarantee that you will remain single forever - perhaps the time for you to enter into marriage just hasn’t come yet. But whether or not it does happen, that’s not sin, and the church doesn’t look down on any one option over another. There are plenty of ways to live a good and meaningful and holy life no matter which road is taken to get there.
As far as PP goes, it is actually illegal for them to use any tax money towards abortions - it all goes towards preventative care. From their website -
Second, the idea that tax dollars fund abortion is not true. For more than 30 years, federal tax dollars have not funded abortions in the United States except in the rarest of cases, and Planned Parenthood is subject to routine audits to ensure that public and charitable funds are being used in compliance with the law.
Every dollar from the federal government that Planned Parenthood receives pays for lifesaving cancer screenings, birth control, family planning visits, annual exams, testing for HIV and other STIs, and other kinds of basic care.
I’m not trying to defend PP, or ask for people to explain why it’s good or bad - I’m just speaking on a personal level, it makes me feel more comfortable to know that my tax dollars are going towards things like exams and treatments for diseases. Of course, birth control is still listed in there, and not everyone approves of that, but I personally know more than one person who have used bc for medical reasons, and have visited PP in the past to get it at a price that they could afford.
Again, this is just me personally, but I think that a tiny amount of the money I give in taxes going towards preventative care and treatments is probably not a sin, and even if it were, I certainly have bigger (and more deliberate) sins to focus on first.
Best wishes towards you and your peace of mind moving forward!