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A Blog dedicated to the promotion of the Traditional Roman Catholic Faith in union with HH Benedict XVI, to the preservation of our Traditional Græco-Roman Catholic Civilisation and to the New Crusade against Islam. This Blog is under the Patronage of the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts of Christ our King and His Holy Mother, our Queen and of Santiago Matamoros (St James the Moor-slayer) and the Crusader King, St Louis IX of France.

29 octobre 2006

Christ the King of What or Whom?

As the post below points out, today is the Feast of Christ the King. In the post Conciliar Church the doctrine of the Feast has been seriously weakened from that which our Holy Father, Pius XI, of pious memory taught in his Encyclical Quas primas, introducing the Feast. The NO Liturgy makes it clear that Christ is to reign as King in our hearts, but His Holiness insisted that He was also to reign as King over our families, our schools, our societies and our States. What he taught was that Christ rules by right and should rule in fact over all God's creation. This is the Doctrine of the Catholic Church, no matter what the NO Liturgy seems to imply. It is the duty of every Catholic to use all legitimate means in his power to bring about this Social Reign of our Lord Jesus Christ the King!


At 29/10/06 20:45, Anonymous Fr. Paul McDonald said...

Christ does rule "in fact".

He has two ways of ruling, plan A or plan B.

As Cardinal Pie of Poitier put it,
he can rule either by the blessings attached to serving and obeying him
by the chastisements attached to rejecting and disbeying him.

-- Fr PJM

At 29/10/06 20:48, Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...


Thank you for your comment. You are right, of course. His Eminence has always been a favourite of mine!

At 30/10/06 08:28, Anonymous Anonyme said...

I bet we'll recognize "plan A" soon enough. I can easily see the signs of the NO collapsing from its own faults.
Take the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary ( www.catholicism.org , an order I wish to join as a religious brother after college). It's a small, traditionalist order founded in 1949, and

in the last six months, their Richmond, NH monastery/convent


Copy that, modernists! Because of their intrinsic appeal, tight knit community, and the large size of traditionalist families, their community is self-sustaining and then some.


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