Solemnity of Christ the King
…I Am a King. For this I was born, and for this came I into the world,
that I should give testimony to the truth
Today’s traditional Solemnity confesses that the “Catholic God” – which the Rotarian Neo-Catholic ‘Pontifex’ has expressly repudiated, 1st October 2013 interview with the Italian secular paper “La Reppublica”, cf. also, Estote Sapientes and “The True God – The Catholic God” – is the King of kings and Lord of lords (Apoc. 19.16) Who must reign until He hath put all His enemies under His feet (St. Paul, First Epistle to the Corinthians 15.25). The “Catholic God” is a King Who has enemies whom He is bound to utterly vanquish – otherwise, to utterly obliterate from the face of the earth; to vanquish, that is, to convert by His Cross and His Blood , made… worthy partakers of the lot of the Saints in light… delivered from the power of darkness, and… translated… into the kingdom of the Son of… love (from today’s Epistle, Col. 1.12-20), to serve Him in truth and charity; to be utterly obliterated, that is, to be cast out – counting even among them children of the kingdom – into the exterior darkness [where there is] weeping and gnashing of teeth (Jn. 8.12) by a King not only of tender mercy but also of a terrible just wrath Who, in the parable of the marriage feast (Mt. 22.7), sent His armies, destroyed the perverse, and burnt their cities (Lk. 17.29-30, cf., our post on the “Annihilation of Many Nations”).
The pseudo-Christ of Vatican II mock-Catholicism -
"I believe not... in a Catholic God. There is no Catholic God....
The Son of God was incarnate in souls to instill the feeling of brotherhood."
- the Rotarian Neo-Catholic 'Pontifex'
But we withstand the Neo-Catholic ‘Pontifex’ to his Rotarian face (Gal. 2.20) with St. Paul: [the “Catholic God”] must reign until He hath put all His enemies under His feet! (First Epistle to the Corinthians, 15.25); and, with the beloved Apostle St. John: he that Is of God, heareth the words of God. Therefore you hear them not, because you are not of God! (8.47)
Behold, they... that will not serve Thee... that go far from Thee shall perish:
Thou hast destroyed all them that are disloyal to Thee
(Ps. 72.27; Is. 60.12)
- why the "Catholic God" is not liked.