....a novel recommended by the saintly Fr. John Hardon, S.J. in his Catholic Lifetime Reading Plan.
A woman was stepping out of those doors, towards the carts. She was young, though no longer in the very first bloom of youth, and there was still beauty in her face, a beauty veiled and dimmed but not destroyed by unbearable emotion….
In her arms, she bore a little girl, perhaps nine years old, dead, but very neatly attired, with her hair carefully parted in the middle, and a spotlessly white dress, as if loving hands had adorned her for some special occasion, some long promised reward….
A loathsome monatto went up to take the child from its mother’s arms, though his bearing showed an unusual degree of respect, an involuntary hesitation. The woman drew back, though without any sign of anger or contempt.
“No!” she said. “You must not touch her yet. I must put her on that cart with my own hands. Here! Take this.”s
She showed him a purse which had been hidden in her hand, and dropped it into his outstretched palm.
“Now promise me this,” she went on. “Not to touch a stitch of her clothes; not to let anyone else dare to do so; and to lay her in the earth exactly as she is.”The author goes on to discuss natural immunity and the "vax fanatics." Fauci et al use that term to describe those who refuse to swallow their kool-aid. Everyone on the planet needs the jab, you fools. Line up and take your medicine! Kengor, on the other hand, means those who demand that even people who've acquired natural immunity through having the disease must submit to the experimental gene therapy. It's the greatest human experiment ever inflicted by "scientists" walking in the footsteps of Dr. Mengele, the Auschwitz "angel of death."