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By S.D. Wright, LifeSiteNews, March 28, 2024

In 1900 Pope Leo XIII said, ‘The world has heard enough of the ‘rights of man.’ Let it hear of the rights of God.’ This sentence is key to understanding what is actually meant when Catholics proclaim that ‘Christ is King.’

(LifeSiteNews) — “The world has heard enough of the ‘rights of man.’ Let it hear of the rights of God.”[1]

That is what Leo XIII said that in 1900, and it is key for understanding what the Church means by the phrase, “Christ is King.”

This declaration is not just a spiritual platitude about the next world, nor is it about establishing a theocracy or bludgeoning others with our religion.

It is something much more expansive.

The feast of Christ the King

In 1925, the world still remembered the First World War. Formerly Catholic countries were continuing their decline into secularism. The Mexican revolutionary government was consolidating its control and persecuting the Church. The Weimar Republic was allowing all sorts of immorality and decadence.  … 

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