Quis est iste Rex gloriæ?

Dear brothers and sisters, these times of apostasy are no different from the times of the Passion, because the passio Christi of that time must necessarily be fulfilled in the passio Ecclesiæ of today and of the end times: what the Head has faced, the Mystical Body must also face. But be careful: another will try to present himself as king and pope, and he will be the Antichrist, the infernal counterfeit and diabolical subversion of the Prince of Peace. Even in those days of darkness – which prophet Daniel tells us will last three and a half years – there will be a crowd that will sing the praises of that man, worshipping him as God, and others who will recognize him as an impostor and servant of Satan. The deceptions and wonders of the son of perdition will lead us to believe that he has conquered power, that the Church is definitively obliterated, in the vacancy of civil and religious authority. It will be then that St. Michael will kill the Antichrist, then that the Virgin will crush the head of the Serpent, then that the Lord will come in glory to judge the living and the dead, returning again as the Son of God, King and High Priest. 

Let us make sure that we are found among the number of that pusillus grex, that little flock, which has not been deceived and which has remained faithful. Rejoice greatly, daughter of Zion; rejoice, O daughter of Jerusalem! Behold, thy king is coming unto thee (Zech 9:9). And so may it be.