Excellent–you are getting closer to God, and that is one good thing to come out of this trial.
Your employers are treating you incredibly badly. Is there a labor relations board in your area? If there is, contact them. If not, do you have a connection with a lawyer (in-law or friend of a friend…) --ask them if they will write a letter for you to the company.
Talk with the unemployment people to see if you are eligible and to see if they have rules against indefinitely suspending employees to avoid unemployment payments.
Keep copies of all correspondence, and notes of any conversations. Keep this all together as a record. Make notes of all conversations, preferably as they are happening. Note the names and contact info of those involved, and the dates.
Other than that, try to speak with your wife if possible, try to stay happy during this week when we are celebrating the birth of Christ, and start your new job search
Update your resume, start looking at ads, contact those who may be able to help you find a job, make a plan for the near-term, which will include specific to-do lists. (Maybe ask your wife to help you brainstorm?)
You need to finish mourning your old job and start looking for the new one.
Also, it is very important that you keep up with your physical well-being. Exercise some each day, if only a jog around your neighborhood. Get out and talk with people, if only store clerks and librarians. Eat properly, sleep the normal times you would if you were working, take vitamins if necessary, and stay hydrated.
Do not sit around your house in your pajamas watching a screen all day long–avoid wasteful screen time altogether in fact. Fix or clean things around your house, vacuum your car, anything.
And of course, pray, and if possible go to daily Mass during the week.