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What Does It Mean to Say that Christ Is King?

SolemnitiesChrist the King

by Bishop Robert BarronNovember 25, 2018

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The liturgical year ends with the feast of Christ the King. This day reminds us what the Christian thing is all about: that Jesus really is the king, the Lord of our lives; that we belong utterly to him; and that we can say, with St. Paul, It is no longer I who live but Christ who lives in me.

Mass Readings

Reading 1 - Daniel 7:13-14
Psalm - Psalm 93:1-5
Reading 2 - Revelation 1:5-8
Gospel - John 18:33-37