Archbishop Viganò: Globalism is the system to introduce the Antichrist

Editor’s Note: The Archbishop gave his intervention via video to the National Congress of Sovereign Popular Democracy, an organization which is co-sponsored by Francesco Toscana, a non-Catholic who refused any collaboration with the Catholic Party, “L’Italia per gli Italiani” (Italy for Italians), which is anti-masonic and requires candidates to be married in a Catholic marriage with children. — The Archbishop’s analysis is very good, as he speaks of the methods of coercion used by Globalists to enslave mankind. Yet, I sense that there is a tone of despair in the good Archbishop’s voice, because he advocates no canonical action to save the Church from this trap.

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4 thoughts on “Archbishop Viganò: Globalism is the system to introduce the Antichrist”

  1. I was deeply heartened by this speech, because it was spoken by a true Christian.

    But perhaps he did not go far enough. I have often observed, in this day and time, that Christians in general exhibit a profound lack of understanding of the power of prayer. When they do offer solutions to problems, those solutions nearly always require some sort of action on the part of humans. One of our greatest faults (sins) as humans is to believe that we can-and should-fix everything ourselves.

    Psalm 60:11-12
    11 Give us help from trouble: for vain is the help of man.
    12 Through God we shall do valiantly; For He it is that shall tread down our enemies.

    Psalm 20:7
    7 Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the name of the Lord our God.

    When you pray to God, who loves you and has told you to bring your cares to Him, you are inviting the most powerful force in the universe (and beyond) into the situation you are concerned about.

    Somehow, I don’t think that we really grasp that fact, probably because He rarely shows up with thunder and lightning bolts to rectify things. But praying sincerely to God sets amazing, miraculous consequences in motion, though it may very well take longer and/or be more subtle than we expect or would like.

    Ask for His help and then get out of the way and let God be God. If He wants your help, He will ask for it.

    I strongly recommend that all those who are aware of the things Archbishop Vigano speaks of to read and meditate on Psalm 18.
    Take note: Our own sanctification is an important element in this process. Continue to confess and repent.

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