Thursday, October 13, 2011

Social Kingship of Christ

Angelus Press held their second annual conference in Kansas City, MO this past weekend (Oct. 7-9). The theme was on the Lefebvrite doctrine on "The Social Kingship of Christ." Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerias, SSPX, was the keynote speaker and celebrant of the Pontifical High Mass on Sunday. His Excellency pointed out the Freemasonic plan to destroy the concept of Jesus Christ out of the public square:

As Marcel Lefebrve was taught in the seminary:

1) The banishment of Christ the King by governments by the secularization of the state;

2) Suppression of the Holy Mass. This has been accomplished in the past by persecution (and is accomplished in our day, noted Bishop Tissier, by the establishment of the New Mass);

3) The suppression of the grace of Jesus Christ High Priest in souls – the secularization of souls.

As Bishop Tissier (the seminarian) was taught by Archbishop Lefebvre:

1) Secularization of the state; to make a state without Christ;
2) Secularization of the Church, a focus more on human goals;
3) Secularization of souls – to make secularized souls indifferent to Jesus Christ and the life of sanctifying grace.

Therefore, the contrary virtues as taught by Archbishop Lefebvre:

1) To restore to the faithful the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (the Tridentine Mass) which is the source and expression of the reign of Jesus Christ;

2) By the grace of the Holy Mass, to build up a cadre of dedicated Catholic souls living in the state of grace;

3) The work of these dedicated souls in public institutions, as well as ecclesiastical organizations, is “to re-crown our Lord Jesus Christ in society”; to labor for the reestablishment of the Social Reign of Our Lord.

(The following was originally reported by John Vennari of Catholic Family News. You may read this full report on the conference here.)

Here are some points to think about:

1) If God is removed from the Pledge of Allegiance and our currency, then how can we make up the difference?

2) If the Mass was destroyed after Vatican II, why did they approve a "New English Translation" based on the errors of Vatican II, set to be released Nov. 27, to be used in parishes throughout the world?

3) If we never knew Christ, then who would we know?

4) How many families are consecrated to Christ the King every October (the last Sunday is the Feast of Christ the King)? If so, are they done publicly (in church before or after Mass) or privately (in the living room or family domestic chapel, if applicable)?

5) If we make the Sign of the Cross when we pass by a Novus Ordo Church, is it a sacrilige? Same for bowing our head at the name of Jesus when we talk about religion in the public square?

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