Mexico City Bishops Warn Flock Not to Vote for Candidates Whose Agenda Opposes Catholic Morals

LifeSiteNews: “The vote of the Christian faithful must assume a moral responsibility,” Rivera states. “That is to say, it must be consistent with the dictates of their conscience and of their faith, and cannot be separated from their political choices, because politics can contradict justice and truth.”

“Therefore, it is also the obligation of the Pastors of the People of God to advise the faithful regarding those political proposals that, for their religious, moral, and social implications, contradict the teachings of the Catholic Church (Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, No. 426), with the objective that their political choices be moral and just.” Read full report here.