Voting your Catholic Conscience:

LG#38. Each individual layman must stand before the world as a witness to the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and a symbol of the living God.

Honorable Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto

333 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Suite 8016
Las Vegas, NV 89101
P: (702) 388-5020   F: (702) 388-5030


Governor Steve Sisolak Governor of Nevada

State Capitol Building
101 N. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701 March 17, 2019
Phone: (775) 684-5670
Fax: (775) 684-5683

Dear ELECT: It appears that all that is standing are authentic Catholics from preventing our nation from falling into a deep abyss of national death cult sex perversions. A Pew poll says that a majority of Nevadans believe that same sex unions are good?, any child sacrifice is good?, but only 1/4th of Nevada christians think God had a roll in His creation.? People in Kansas think, LGBT adopting parents can raise a child as a Catholic, in Catholic school system, mocking & scandalizing the Body of Christ, with their ongoing grievous behavior. Who is responsible for this ignorance of the Truth?

This article provides scripture and Canon Law to this effect. Enjoy Bradley Eli’s “Catholic Conscience”, please respond to the Spirits call. If all that claim the term Catholic as part of their identity followed “Catholic Conscience”, WE ( the church) would change the world overnight, this is in our grasp. “Imagine, all our people” (J.Lennon) and “let it begin with me.” (St Francis). We ARE the Catholic Church.

CATHOLIC CONSCIENCE: – action:

by Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th. [Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th.is a staff writer for ChurchMilitant.com.]

A person’s conscience is his thoughtful application of accepted moral principles to decide the moral goodness or badness of an imminent action. It’s the practical intellect engaged in the act of judging what ought to be done or not done in an immediate moral choice.

The conscience applies objective moral principles it gains by faith or revelation and from reason or naturally known moral truths. Examples of such principles are “do good and avoid evil” and the Ten Commandments.

Catholics are obliged to adopt Catholic moral principles when informing their conscience as demanded by canon 750 in the Code of Canon Law. Failure to do so is a rejection of Christ as He said in (Lk10:16), “He that hears you hears Me.”

Failing to properly inform one’s conscience with morally sound principles results in following a blind guide. Informing it with immoral principles results in following an evil guide. A deformed conscience erroneously accepts as true immoral principles such as “do evil that good may come of it” or rationalizations such as “look out for number one.” A Catholic’s conscience applies Catholic moral principles in the context of personal circumstances without dissenting from those principles.

Violating one’s conscience occurs in failing to apply the moral principles it has previously adopted. This results in a guilty feeling sometimes called a “twinge of conscience.” Repeated violations of one’s conscience result in a deadened conscience or “hardened heart,” whereby the sense of guilt is numbed. The mere absence of guilty feelings, however, doesn’t mean a person isn’t guilty from God’s viewpoint.

In 1946, Pope Pius XII noted the “loss of the sense of sin” was the greatest sin of modern time. In his 1984 apostolic exhortation, Reconciliatio et Paenitenia, Pope John Paul II referenced Pius XII’s statement, adding that the “loss of the sense of sin” deceives man into accepting “an illusion of sinless-ness.”end Bradley.

Canon LAW #750: (1)

Can. 750 §1. A person must believe with divine and Catholic faith all those things contained in the word of God, written or handed on, that is, in the one deposit of faith entrusted to the Church, and at the same time proposed as divinely revealed either by the solemn magisterium of the Church or by its ordinary and universal magisterium which is manifested by the common adherence of the Christian faithful under the leadership of the sacred magisterium; therefore all are bound to avoid any doctrines whatsoever contrary to them.

§2. Each and every thing which is proposed definitively by the magisterium of the Church concerning the doctrine of faith and morals, that is, each and every thing which is required to safeguard reverently and to expound faithfully the same deposit of faith, is also to be firmly embraced and retained; therefore, one who rejects those propositions which are to be held definitively is opposed to the doctrine of the Catholic Church.

City’s Conclusion: Our Church is not a democracy, Jesus was NOT ELECTED!, God-head, King, Judge and Lord of ALL ….. the Great, “I AM”. (Ex3:14), [Jn8:38; Mk14:62; Mt22:32] So stop the petitions, make a bee-line to Confession. Or call yourself, publican or heathen, but STOP profaning the Body of Christ. And admit to yourself, as Martin Luther did, after years of insubordination and broken Priestly Vows, “I am part of a new religion.” CityofGod.blog

(1) Miz Masto, as opposed to PA.s 4th Circuit decision, your pathetic letter quoted to me! We live in the 9th Circuit -the demon-droid possessed West, the 4th Circuit has no “precedence” over the 9th! Hunter, 502 U.S. at 229.

Sincerely,

All are welcome to use this letter as a template to of those that believe, they are ELECT. With this Charitable Spiritual Work of Mercy:, Instructing the ignorant, counsel the doubtful, bear wrongs patiently, comfort the afflicted.

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