Thursday, November 22, 2012
"My kingdom does not belong to this world."
This Sunday's great feast in honour of Christ the King, November 25, 2012, marks the very end of the Liturgical Year. It is most appropriate therefore that we look to the very last thing of all, the Second Coming of Christ. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Sunday Bible Study with family, friends and church groups.
Yes, Jesus is a King. Not a King as we know it and his Kingdom is as unlike any Kingdom here on earth as it possibly could be. His Kingdom is no ordinary Kingdom for it is the goal and destination of the whole of humanity, because it is under Christ’s rule that we will all ultimately come.
In Sunday's Gospel, Pilate has found himself in the extraordinary position of interrogating the King of the Universe, the Lord of Lords, the Judge and Ruler of all creation. If he fully understood what was happening it was Pilate who should have been shaking in his shoes not Christ.
You will find all of the Sunday homilies we have compiled for you this week at this link. You can also read our full coverage of this week's Catholic world by clicking here. We will be back next week with our regular edition of your Catholic Living Today.
Another eventful week in our Catholic World. Have a great and blessed new week.
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