But it's another example of how toxic the Clinton campaign is becoming.
Numerous most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts) from the SC [Supreme Court] and think tanks to the media and social groups.
The Clinton campaign's disdain for the Catholic faith and Christian evangelicals is staggering. Halpin calls conservative Catholicism "an unbelievable bastardization of the faith", and suggests that the reason many leading conservatives are Catholic is, "They must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backward gender relations and must be totally unaware of Christian democracy".
NPR reports an alleged 2011 email exchange between Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, Clinton's now communications director Jennifer Palmieri and Center For American Progress fellow John Halpin mocked a magazine article about Rupert Murdoch raising his children as Catholics.
"I have not talked to him", Stone said, referring to Assange, though he acknowledged they had a mutual friend who traveled between London and the United States with whom Stone met on Monday.
Podesta said a Federal Bureau of Investigation investigation into his leaked emails is part of a wider FBI probe into the suspected Russian hacking of Democratic Party emails - a charge that Russia denies.
The revelations come shortly after Wikileaks published a "treasure trove" of hacked emails coming from Democratic officials. On Twitter, Clinton's press secretary noted that Palmieri is Catholic, while another Clinton aide in an email to the Journal condemned WikiLeaks as a tool of the Russian government.
Kershaw gets save, LA tops Nats 4-3 to win NLDS
So to watch Chooch celebrate playoff euphoria with a franchise 3,000 miles away made me really miss the 2007-2011 good old days. The Cubs will trot out a similar collection of starting pitchers and hope for better outcomes in this year's NLCS.
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, who is Catholic, said on a media conference call that Clinton must apologize for "hostility to religious liberty and to the beliefs we hold as Catholics".
Palmieri responded that Catholicism might be more politically convenient for some conservatives.
In Podesta's response he said, "We created Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good to organize for a moment like this". On Wednesday, Trump advisers flagged others messages that they argued were critical of New Hampshire voters and of Catholics.
Catholic teachings oppose abortion and don't recognize gay marriage.
Clinton has not commented on the latest WikiLeaks accusations, but Palmieri told reporters "The Russians orchestrated this hack".
The chief liaison to Republican nominee Donald Trump for Catholic issues said that emails released October 11 by WikiLeaks "reveal the depths of the hostility of Hillary Clinton and her campaign toward Catholics". Podesta now serves as chairman of Clinton's presidential campaign.