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While Christians have celebrated Christ as King from the very beginning of the Church, the Feast of Christ the King of the Universe was put on the liturgical calendar less than 100 years ago. What’s the origin of this powerful solemnity? We find out with EWTN News’ Dr. Matthew Bunson. Then we look at another effort to sanctity the world — this time through sacred monastic music. Yet there’s a twist: Artificial Intelligence is involved. The Register’s Solène Tadié brings us a story of how an organization is using AI to help spread sacred monastic music.
SCRIPTURES & ART: The Register’s three-year “Scriptures & Art” feature concludes with a look at the readings for the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe
Amid those upheavals and turbulent regime changes, Pope Pius XI in his encyclical argued that ‘men must look for the peace of Christ in the kingdom of Christ.’
As Catholics in the U.S. marked the Feast of Christ the King 80 years ago, an American soldier gave his life to save his comrades in the South Pacific.
Today, Jesus our king looks at us from the cross, the Pope said.
SCRIPTURES & ART: Time is the one thing God has rationed, yet even in these last moments between life and death, one can still turn to God.
User’s Guide to Sunday, Nov. 20, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe