Daily Archives: November 20, 2016

It’s official: Christ, the King of Poland!

By Fr. Paul McDonald Special to Rorate Caeli  The Lord Jesus Christ Recognized as the King of Poland Radio Maryja (@RadioMaryja) reports that the Bishops of Poland have enthroned, or, to use the bishops’ more sober expression, “recognized” Christ as … Continue reading

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Christ, You are the King of Glory

We don’t get to hear many Te Deums these days, even after the reform of the reform. This is the last Sunday, the Solemnity of Christ the King,  that we can hear a Te Deum before Advent commences, when a … Continue reading

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Consistory Chronicle: Day 4

By Robert Royal at The Catholic Thing SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2016 The skies cleared after an early rain yesterday, and St. Peter’s looked splendid under that soft bluish-white sky that exists in Rome and nowhere else. The greatest painters have only been able … Continue reading

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Reflection for the Solemnity of Christ the King. Year C.

Today’s solemn feast of Christ the King, the grand finale to the Liturgical Year C, gives us an opportunity to lay aside a lot of cultural baggage about kings and kingdoms, and discover how Jesus Christ can be a true … Continue reading

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