CHRIST THE KING
The logic that encloses you in yourself ends up destroying the deepest identity of the human being: love, source of compassion and mercy.
Love takes us out of ourselves and makes our own fullness conjugate in the plural. That we are social beings that involve our capacities, not only to take care of our own, but – as in a concentric circle -, our love is a political commitment, even for those whom we do not know.
Christ the King leads us to look at the place where the majesty of Jesus is declared: when he lays down his life for others, when the trust he has in the Father leads him to death; when greater humility is not possible.
It is another logic: the logic of building a we where justice, equity and peace are key to social organization.