Feast of Christ the King

Today we celebrate the feast of Christ the King, which was started in 1925 by Pope Pius XI to combat the rise of secularism and to remind people of Christ’s authority and majesty. Today celebrates that Christ is the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the Universe, now and forever.
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Fr Kentenich born 16th November 1885 had a tough start in life. But carefully found his way, going through each ‘open door’ of God’s plan of love to achieve his goal in life. From the earliest age he was convinced that he belonged entirely to God and wanted to live for his God-given mission. He sought to become all things to all men to win many for Christ. He was later to be named ‘Mary’s Prophet’. He said his purpose in life was to help as many as possible to deepen their love of Mary so that they would find the find the quickest and surest way to Christ. On his prayer card for his ordination he wrote: ”Unite, O my God, all minds in truth and all hearts in love.”
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