Many people are reporting on the possibility of Hillary Clinton being a Satanist. None of what we're reading is of any consequence since a person who supports a platform based on unrestricted access to abortion, embryonic stem cell research, euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, and human cloning has already sold their soul to the Prince of Darkness.
The Five Non-Negotiable Issues
The Catholic Church has five non-negotiable issues. I also contend that any person who calls themselves a Christian should also stand by these issues as non-negotiable.
A vote for Hillary Clinton is material support for all 5 of the non-negotiable issues.
Immaculate Conception parish in San Diego, a lovely church I'm quite familiar with having sponsored a Confirmation candidate there, has posted in their Oct. 30th bulletin a hard-hitting article on voting. I'm guessing that it was an insert to the bulletin, but without an actual copy, I have no way to know for sure. It also is not authored or signed, so there is no way of telling who inserted it, or who even wrote it.
From American Mirror:
Church officials told the media they’re unsure how the messages got into the bulletin, claimed it was not approved by leadership and stressed that the church does not take an official political position. But the Union-Tribune noted that Immaculate Conception’s Reb. Richard Perozich addressed the same five policy issues outlined in the initial message in a Sept. 25 sermon, which is posted to the church’s website.
“In the church, we have what we call the five non-negotiables, things that are most important, and they’re around life issues. There’s life, from conception to natural death,” Perozich said. “There’s marriage and sexuality, embryonic stem cell research, cloning and euthanasia. When we vote, we don’t vote for candidates who support these things, even if they support other things we really like.”
If you are Catholic and buy into the concept of the seamless garment theory which places poverty and other social justice issues on the same level as abortion, allow me to disabuse you of that notion. Abortion and poverty are not, and will never be, equal.
The weasel bishop of San Diego, + Robert McElroy, a proponent of the seamless garment theory, had this to say about the above article:
“Let me stress again that while we have a moral role to play in explaining how Catholic teaching relates to certain public policy issues, we must not and will not endorse specific candidates, use parish media or bulletins to favor candidates or parties through veiled language about selectively chosen issues, or engage in partisan political activity of any kind,” the statement read.
Here's what he had to say in 2013:
In a 2013 interview with O’Connell for La Stampa’s Inside the Vatican magazine, McElroy called poverty the “preeminent” issue for the Catholic Church, and complained, “In recent years, the conference of bishops has labeled abortion and euthanasia as the preeminent issues in the political order, but not poverty. This has had the effect of downgrading the perceived importance of poverty as a central focus for the Church’s witness.”
He added that the US bishops’ focus on issues of “intrinsic evil” like abortion, has distracted them from the fight against “structural sin” that is normally cited by the Church’s far-left as the cause of poverty. “I think that both issues should be intertwined in the Church’s approach to advancing the common good in the political order because I believe that it is compassion which morally unites these two issues – compassion for the suffering of the poor and compassion for the unborn.” source
Allow me, an ordinary lay person, to clear something up for the bishop. I can give a hungry person a sandwich, a homeless person shelter, and a poor person money. What I can't do, and neither can he, is to restore life to a baby that has been murdered by being ripped to pieces and dragged from a womb. So tell me +Bishop McElroy, how are those two issues equal?
I might also remind the bishop, the central focus of the Church is not poverty. The mission of the Church is to get souls to heaven. If anyone supports the non-negotiables but feeds the hungry, their chances of attaining the beatific vision are zero and none. Of course, this is not up to me, but our Lord and Savior to decide when the time comes.
From Immaculate Conception Parish in San Diego:
|Immaculate Conception in San Diego|
As children of God, we share in the ministry of Jesus to free the world from slavery to sin for goodness in Jesus, and to offer faith in Him that leads to everlasting life.
The sins to which our American society are enslaved today have come from our elected officials, appointed judges, and Catholics who have voted for them and supported them. These officials are unyielding in their imposition of sin upon us.
Among the slavery imposed upon us is killing the unborn child in the womb, abortion, even with
monies from our taxes. Another is the threat of punishment for rejecting homosexuality in all its
forms: in its teaching in the schools, in “so called same sex marriage” with fines resulting in loss in business, income, and employment. A third enslavement is using embryos which have a soul as experiments. A fourth is cloning wherein now scientists are experimenting with human and animal DNA to create hybrid creatures. A fifth is euthanasia, the direct killing of human beings either with or without their consent. A sixth is the silencing of the Christian to express his faith in public, wherein our churches are complicit for fear of losing their tax exempt status. A seventh is the importation of immigrants whose religious values are to eradicate every belief except those of their own prophet and god, and to impose this on America. An eighth slavery is the government cave in to allow anyone to come into the country, and to support them monetarily, in part adding to a debt of $20 trillion, while paying Americans to sit home and not work, thus enslaving the soul of our own citizenry in depriving them of real work which sustains the immortal soul of a man and a woman. A ninth is playing policeman for the world, sending military might to try to control people who do not wish our presence in their affairs. A tenth is regulating the right to bear arms for free citizens in a nation where criminals and terrorists will always have weapons, and where government is now in opposition to the
citizenry. And there are others wherein we are called to be as clever as serpents, yet guileless as doves.
The prince of this world is opposed to Jesus, to us, and to our efforts. Satan has deceived many
Christians to convert to worldly values from Christian ones: from morality as given by God, to rights decided by politicians and judges; from truth of the Bible to the lies of the world; from true freedom in God, to slavery to socialism decided by the state; from biblical righteousness to fairness decided by those in authority through their own decisions; from God given freedom to a false equality of outcome with no basis in truth.The devil does this through the tactics outlined by Saul Alinsky with the outcome as Hillary Clinton has stated, “And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed”, to draw us away from God’s teachings regarding the sanctity of life to those of the world and its prince.
First, the Christian people are desensitized by a constant barrage of evil in the media: adultery,
homosexuality, pornography, abortion, cloning, euthanasia. After we see these things so frequently,we become numb to the horror of their evil. Second, the worldly people use “jamming”,
harsh criticism against the truth of God and against those who proclaim it in order to silence any objection to Satan and his views. Third, is conversion away from the classic Catholic terminology, theology, truth to an ambiguous language and different practice that permits sin alongside the goodness of Jesus.
We see this conversion in our clergy who, instead of building up the faith of the Christians, despise us, call us names, or to jam us, or create things that don’t exist such as islamophobia and islamophobes, homophobia and homophobes. We are called by some bishops rosary counters, hiding behind Christian doctrine, pickled pepper-faced Christians,little monsters, fundamentalists, anesthetized Christians, among many other insults. We are called by politicians such as Hillary Clinton, deplorables. In every election, a Catholic must choose an elector who promotes that Catholic’s beliefs, and rejecting one who is opposed to Jesus and his religious teachings. In 2004 Cardinal Ratzinger as prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith wrote to Cardinal McCarrick:
[N.B. A Catholic would be guilty of formal cooperation in evil, and so unworthy to present himself for Holy Communion, if he were to deliberately vote for a candidate precisely because of the candidate’s permissive stand on abortion and/or euthanasia. When a Catholic does not share a candidate’s stand in favor of abortion and/or euthanasia, but votes for that candidate for other reasons, it is considered remote material cooperation, which can be permitted in the presence of proportionate reasons.]
There is no utopian solution to all of the problems of this country. There is no amount of
money that will solve poverty, homelessness, drug addiction, or whatever else ails us. Jesus Christ is the only answer along with faith in Him. When you vote, regardless of your affinity or dislike for the personality of the candidate, vote Catholic to save your soul and to promote faith in Jesus
and eternal life.
Protect the most vulnerable: the unborn, the terminally ill, religious freedom. Reject the sin that the
governments have imposed on us. Know the candidate’s position on these things and what types of
judges they will impose upon us. In the propositions,look carefully at how much more you want to pay in taxes, and if what those taxes will buy us are moral,Christian, and attainable, or do they merely serve an ideology that is already oppressing us.
Because of the loss of faith in Jesus and increasing dependence on government, the USA is at a
crossroads of a continued downward trajectory as it has been on for these last years; or it can change. It depends on your faith in Jesus Christ and which candidates believe most what He has taught us to
Pray for all the candidates. Vote for the one who most closely reflects Catholic truth.
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