Christ the King is the last Sunday of the liturgical church year calendar. The day completes our annual journey of celebrating and learning from the life of Christ on earth. We can worship with confidence and joy that Christ is the King!
We can reflect upon: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation! O my soul, praise him, for he is your health and salvation! Let all who hear Now to his temple draw near, Joining in glad adoration! (Psalm 93).
Marking the kingship of Christ makes a healthy transition that leads directly from Ordinary Time into Advent and the remainder of the Christian year. So ignore the Christmas tunes on the radio and the decorations in the mall and recognize Jesus as the King of Kings.
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