The Kingship of Christ According to the Principle of St. Thomas Aquinas
The Kingship of Christ
According to the Principle of St. Thomas Aquinas
Fr. Denis Fahey – 1931
Perhaps least known of all Fahey’s writings, this book is actually our favorite inasmuch as it is short and to the point. Less scholarly than his other works, this one is therefore easier to read for the average Catholic. It covers all the basics – man’s fallen state, the Kingship of Christ, the real history of the world, the spirit of the age, the world struggle around the divinity of Christ, reparation owed to the Sacred Heart, the popes on Catholic Action, the Inquisition, modern liberties, religious liberty, Jews no longer the chosen people since Calvary, Jewish kings of finance, Satan prepares the way for the universal slavery of man via the Synagogue and the Lodge – and much more. We might say that the more than one dozen books from the great mind of Fr. Fahey are brilliantly summarized in this one short volume. This one title should be placed in the hands of every confirmed Catholic, who is expected to enlist in the Catholic combat as a courageous knight of Christ the King.