Father Jason Christian (Parochial Vicar at St. Thomas Aquinas parish) spoke about the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ on October 27th for the Charlotte Latin Mass Community’s (CLMC) 3rd Latin Mass class series.
Father Christian’s talk addressed the issues of what is the role of Christ and His Church among temporal governments and nations. He also introduced the Charlotte faithful to Blessed Karl I of Austria, the last Catholic Emperor and ruler of Europe, who best exemplified these teachings as called for in Pope Pius XI’s 1925 encyclical Quas Primas.
Puritan’s Empire by Charles Coulombe
Puritan’s Progress: A Catholic Perspective Vol 1. by Charles Coulombe
Liberty the god that failed by Christopher Ferrara
History of Christendom, Volumes 1-6, by Dr. Warren Carroll
Catholic history books by Msgr. Philip Hughes (some are out of print)
Social Kingship of Christ, Michael Davies
Quas Primas, Pope Pius XI, 1925
Libertas, Pope Leo XIII, 1888
Testem Benevolentiae Nostrae (Heresy of Americanism) by Pope Leo XIII, 1899
Vehementer Nos, Pope Pius X, 1906
Servant of God Empress Zita Beatification cause (Bl. Karl’s wife)
Governments that recently acknowledged Christ’s kingship