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#MAGA!? Restore The Kingship of Christ The King!

#MAGA? Restore The Kingship of Christ The King! by Mike Church

Mandeville, LA – The following are my comments delivered before the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass today on the Feast of The Kingship of Christ.

To those who say that Christ’s Kingdom is not of this world and, consequently, religion and politics must be separated, Pius addressed these strong words: “It would be a grave error, on the other hand, to say that Christ has no authority whatever in civil affairs since, by virtue of the absolute empire over all creatures committed to him by the Father, all things are in his power.”

Saint Pope Pius X, lamenting the French government’s full-blown effort to remove any trace of the Kingship of Christ from all offices and officials of government, in Vehementer Nos (We Strongly Disagree) the human tragedy of these acts. Note the once public, prayerful and pious acts that acknowledged the rights of The Church and her King, Our Lord, that have been eliminated now, here in ‘Muricah (in bold).

For you, Venerable Brethren, it will certainly have been nothing new or strange, witnesses as you have been of the many dreadful blows aimed from time to time by the public authority at religion. You have seen the sanctity and the inviolability of Christian marriage outraged by legislative acts in formal contradiction with them; the schools and hospitals laicized; clerics torn from their studies and from ecclesiastical discipline to be subjected to military service; the religious congregations dispersed and despoiled, and their members for the most part reduced to the last stage of destitution. Other legal measures which you all know have followed: the law ordaining public prayers at the beginning of each Parliamentary Session and of the assizes has been abolished; the signs of mourning traditionally observed on board the ships on Good Friday suppressed; the religious character effaced from the judicial oath; all actions and emblems serving in any way to recall the idea of religion banished from the courts, the schools, the army, the navy, and in a word from all public establishments. These measures and others still which, one after another really separated the Church from the State, were but so many steps designedly made to arrive at complete and official separation, as the authors of them have publicly and frequently admitted.

Pius was just getting on a roll. He next states what every Catholic gentlemen including our clergy should be able to recite, believe and implement in our lives, public and private.

That the State must be separated from the Church is a thesis absolutely false, a most pernicious error. Based, as it is, on the principle that the State must not recognize any religious cult, it is in the first place guilty of a great injustice to God; for the Creator of man is also the Founder of human societies, and preserves their existence as He preserves our own. We owe Him, therefore, not only a private cult, but a public and social worship to honor Him.

Pius XI announced the feast of The Kingship of Christ in his encyclical Quas Primas, which was delivered on December 11, 1925. Hamish Frasier, A Scot turned Communist turned devout Catholic called the encyclical “the greatest non-event in the history of the Church” — that we now live in an insufferable geopolitical hell.

Pius XI began Quas Primus by describing the horrible conditions mankind was laboring under.

“We remember saying that these manifold evils in the world were due to the fact that the majority of men had thrust Jesus Christ and his holy law out of their lives; that these had no place either in private affairs or in politics: and we said further, that as long as individuals and states refused to submit to the rule of our Savior, there would be no really hopeful prospect of a lasting peace among nations.”

Pius declared that he expected three “blessings” to flow from the celebration of the feast:

first, that “men will doubtless be reminded that the Church, founded by Christ as a perfect society, has a natural and inalienable right to perfect freedom and immunity from the power of the state”; second, that “Nations will be reminded by the annual celebration of this feast that not only private individuals but also rulers and princes are bound to give public honor and obedience to Christ”; and third, that “The faithful, moreover, by meditating upon these truths, will gain much strength and courage, enabling them to form their lives after the true Christian ideal.”

Brother André Marie comments on this most important feast, preceding All Saints Day.

To those who say that Christ’s Kingdom is not of this world and, consequently, religion and politics must be separated, Pius addressed these strong words: “It would be a grave error, on the other hand, to say that Christ has no authority whatever in civil affairs since, by virtue of the absolute empire over all creatures committed to him by the Father, all things are in his power.”

The famed Catholic apologist and globe trotting speaker, Michael Davies wrote of the Feast of Christ The King.

“The Church’s teaching is that the State has an obligation to render public worship to God in accord with the teachings of the True Church, the Catholic Church, and positively to aid the Catholic Church in the carrying out of her functions. The State does not have the right to remain neutral regarding religion, much less to pursue a secular approach in its policies. A secular approach is by that very fact an anti-God and an anti-Christ approach. This unequivocal teaching was summarized very clearly by Pope St. Pius X, who, in his encyclical Vehementer Nos, condemned the principle of the separation of Church and State as ‘an absolutely false and most pernicious thesis.’”

The most intriguing part of considering the Kingship of Christ as Pius IX, Leo XIIIm Pius X and Pius XI pleaded with the modern world to do is the prospect of the United States altering the Federal Constitution, as the 1871 ERA convention asked it to do, from We The People to The Kingship of Christ Our Lord is necessary to observe that “in order to…”. Note that “order” cannot prevail upon the lives and governance of men for their happiness until and unless the rule of Christ the King is primary.

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