This weekend we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, it is also the end of the liturgical year. Next weekend we begin to celebrate the Advent season.
This feast is put on the last Sunday of the liturgical year because it is a fitting celebration of what we celebrate our whole lives. A king and a kingdom exists to the extent that the king has power in that kingdom. Which brings us to the most important question for all of us: Have we let the power of Jesus our King grow in our lives this past year? Do we live by the truths that we have all professed this past year? If not, why not?
We all have another chance, with the beginning of a new liturgical year next week. As all of us know this past year, we are all confronted with the reality of terrorism, and probably it will be experienced here in our country. This is to teach us that life is tenuous and uncertain. So why not submit to the kingship of Jesus Christ in our lives. He is waiting for our invitation.
I love you!
Words of Wisdom: God is a humorist, if you have any doubts about it look in a mirror.