The author of this article has this exactly right when he opens writing:
The Catholic Church, founded to shed the light of Christ on the world, has quite literally invited the world to shed its light on her. On December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception as well as the opening of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis has invited climate-change partisans and population-control advocates to project a light show onto the façade and cupola of Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome — the most important church in the Catholic world — so as to “inspire change around the climate crisis.”...There is much dark and forbidding symbolism behind the event and the organizations sponsoring it that is bizarrely connected to pagan occult practices, the worship of nature, and human sacrifice through abortion and population control.
The show is titled “Fiat Lux: Illuminating Our Common Home.” “Fiat Lux” is the first command issued by God at the beginning of creation: “Let there be light.” Instead of the Church presenting Jesus Christ as the light of the world, secular organizations named after pagan gods are literally “obscuring” the Church through their own dazzling light show. St. Paul warns the Corinthians to be on guard about Satan who he says “masquerades as an angel of light.” It’s as if through this phrase the organizers are symbolically taking the place of God and creating the world anew according to their own image and likeness.We truly are in the midst of an insanity that rises to the highest levels of the Church. When Obama allowed the rainbow flag to be projected on the White House, I thought that would be hard to top, but clearly Pope Francis supporting the population control advocates gets the "most outrageous antics" prize with this. In fact, it's downright evil, especially to do it on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception! But then it seems that to Pope Francis the greatest problems these days in the Church are "fundamentalist Christians" who believe in "absolute truth" and the evil rich (except those connected to the World Bank).
In this season of Advent I would have thought a light show depicting the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary would be more appropriate. But what do I know? Only what Our Lady of Fatima called for -- "Penance, penance, penance!" Hang on to your rosary.