Mortal Sin


Catholic church warns “mortal sin to vote for Hillary — she’s tool of ‘the devil.”

The “Immaculate Conception Catholic Church” in San Diego recently published some important reminders in its church bulletin: “It is a mortal sin to vote Democrat and satin is working through presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.”


The first message came in the Oct. 16 Sunday bulletin and listed “five” main reasons why Democrats are going to “hell,” including support for “abortion, same-sex marriage, euthanasia, human cloning, and embryonic stem cell research,” The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

“It is a mortal sin to vote Democrat,” the bulletin read, “immediately after death the souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend to hell.”

The message, sandwiched between “prayer” requests and a notice for a “chastity” luncheon, pointed to the “Voters Guide for Serious Catholics” that states Democrats violate “sins” through the five policies and Republicans do not, according to the news site.

A second message titled “Voting Catholic” greeted parishioners in the bulletin two weeks later and “linked” Hillary Clinton to 1970s community organizer “Saul Alinsky,” and by extension the “devil,” NBC San Diego reports.


“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,” the bulletin read.

NBC San Diego reports Clinton’s “quote” came from a speech on “abortion” in April 2015 at the “Women on the World Summit.”

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.”

Local Catholic Democrats took up the messages in the bulletins with the Catholic Diocese.

“My initial reaction was that this was extreme and completely over the top in the accusations,” Francine Busby, head of San Diego County Democrats, told the Union-Tribune.

“I thought it was important to bring it to the attention to the diocese, just as a friend. I know that they didn’t mean it. … Clearly this was something that the diocese would never ever approve.”

“To refer to a candidate as a devil or ungodly is a disgrace and it’s a shame for our religion or our priests to indulge in that nonsense,” Michael Alcaraz, Immaculate Conception parishioner, told NBC San Diego.

“Clearly in my mind when a church spells out a presidential candidates name with any sort of opinions that’s a violation as far as I can tell,” said church visitor Daryl Johnson.


Non-profit organizations like “religious” institutions are required by law to remain politically “impartial” and refrain from “endorsing” candidates to maintain their “tax exempt” status.

Roman Catholic Bishop of San Diego Robert McElroy issued a prepared statement to the media to “clarify” the church’s official position on politics.

“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.

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