Tonight my husband and I will attend a Midnight Mass at midnight for the first time in, perhaps, fifty years. As Christmas day begins, Father will place the Christ child in the little bed that has been waiting for all of Advent to receive Him.
It doesn't look like a throne, but it is, the throne of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Nothing...not the Wuhan virus...not a stolen election...not a global elite intent on enslaving us..nothing can separate us from the love of God. All those who love Him and long for His coming rejoice this evening at God's faithfulness to His people. Like the Israelites enslaved in Egypt, the global elite desire all of us to be slaves as they conspire to initiate the Great Reset.
Archbishop Vigano described it in a recent letter to author Robert Moynahan:
This Great Reset, desired by the globalist elite, represents the final revolution with which to create a shapeless and anonymous mass of slaves connected to the internet, confined to the house, threatened by an endless series of pandemic....
In this project, the Covid virus plays a fundamental role, as an alibi that justifies — in the face of the “totem” of a science that has prostituted itself to the interests of an elite after having abdicated its mission to save human lives — the deprivation of freedom, the interference of governments in the private life of its citizens, the establishment of a pseudo-health regime in which, against all objective scientific evidence, the number of diners, the distance between people, the possibility of buying, selling, breathing and even praying, is decided from above....
A world plan appears in its disconcerting reality. The architects of the plan, creating an unjustified social alarm about an alleged pandemic — that today we see is no more serious than a normal flu, as confirmed by official data from all over the world — has been used to create a tremendous global social and economic crisis and so to legitimize the drastic reduction of the basic rights of the population.
As we face the challenges of a new year shrouded in uncertainty and apparently in the grasp of godless Utopian overlords, our God comes to save. Christmas reminds us of that reality. All the rest is a mirage. Evil proclaims victory. God laughs!
Rejoice and be glad, for Jesus Christ is born to us, Emmanuel, God with us. As Archbishop Vigano reminds us at the end of his letter.“God arises, and his enemies will be scattered, and those who hate him will flee before him” (Psalm 68:1).