Solemnity of Christ The King

Proclaiming Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe!

Join Dina Marie Hale on this weekly broadcast as she reflects upon the readings for the Sunday Mass. On this final Sunday in the Liturgical year, we hear about the Kingship of Jesus Christ. We are challenged to follow the King of the Universe in our everyday lives and follow the Truth, who is Jesus Christ. Join us for this reflection with Dina Marie.

Resources used in this recording are:

The Word Among Us: Daily Meditations for Catholics November 2021 Edition.

The readings for Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe: Daniel 7:13-14; Psalm 93; Revelation 1:5-8; John 18:33b-37.

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Prayer offered at the opening of this episode:

Allegiance Prayer: Dear God in Heaven I pledge my allegiance to you. I give you my life, my work and my heart. In turn, give me the grace of obeying your every possible direction to the fullest possible extent. Amen.

A Prayer Before Reading Sacred Scripture:

Lord, inspire us to read your Sacred Scriptures and to meditate upon them day and night.

We beg you, give us real understanding of what we need, that we in turn may put its precepts into practice. Yet we know that understanding and good intentions are worthless, unless rooted in your graceful love.

So we ask that the words of Scripture may also be not just signs on a page, but channels of grace into our hearts.

We ask this through Our Lord Jesus Christ your son, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen

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A special thanks to the following people and parishes:

Father Paul Jeyamani, All Saints Catholic Church in Portland, Oregon –

Father Bryan Ochs, Rose de Viterbo in Longview, Washington and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Kelso, Washington –

Father Emmanuel Ochigbo, Sunday Homily Series

Archbishop Alexander Sample, St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, Oregon.

Father Anthony Galati, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Beaverton, Oregon.


Thank you to all who have supported me by their prayers and encouragement in producing this weekly program.

With gratitude to the Holy Spirit for guidance.