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Christ the King Council 16691 of the Knights of Columbus along with Councils 499 and 7106 from Superior, Wisconsin, brings you a daily Rosary from the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, Wisconsin. You are invited to pray along with this Rosary.

Pray the Rosary every day!
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Health and happiness for our family and keep us safe from all travels this weekend

Special Intentions Lord Hear Our Prayers

… for peace in our troubled world, and unity in our country.

Prayers for my family and friends 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

For special intentions, for my family, for peace

Thank you... blessings

For friend Andy who is on the 4th Nd last round of Chemo for the Cancer

Thank you David have a blessed day

Special intentionsr and healing for family and friends

Thank you David ☀️🕊️

For all my family and friends

Prayers for family and friends 🙏🙏

Thank you, David.

Thank you, David

Thank you Dave.

Thank you David

Thank you, David

Thank you David

Good Morning🙏

Good morning David everyone

Special intentions🙏🙏🙏💙

Special intentions

Blessed morning

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Its the feast of Pope St. Martin I, who reigned from 649-655. During his papacy, he convened a council in response to the heresy of Monothelitism, which held that Christ had only one will (the Churchs doctrine is that he had two wills, one human and one divine).

This heresy had become widespread and threatened to confuse the faithful about the identity of Christ, who was both fully human and fully divine. These issues may seem to us today to be unimportant theological quibbles, but belief in the two natures of Christ is core to our understanding of salvation: Jesus is God, so he can perfectly satisfy Gods justice; Jesus is man, so he can elevate our nature and restore us to right relationship with God.

It is because of saints like Martin I that the Church has come to a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and what he has done for us. St. Martin I, pray for us, that we would be safeguarded against false doctrines and confusion.

It's the feast of Pope St. Martin I, who reigned from 649-655. During his papacy, he convened a council in response to the heresy of Monothelitism, which held that Christ had only one will (the Church's doctrine is that he had two wills, one human and one divine).

This heresy had become widespread and threatened to confuse the faithful about the identity of Christ, who was both fully human and fully divine. These issues may seem to us today to be unimportant theological quibbles, but belief in the two natures of Christ is core to our understanding of salvation: Jesus is God, so he can perfectly satisfy God's justice; Jesus is man, so he can elevate our nature and restore us to right relationship with God.

It is because of saints like Martin I that the Church has come to a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and what he has done for us. St. Martin I, pray for us, that we would be safeguarded against false doctrines and confusion.
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This evening, Friday, April 12th at pm at the Cathedral of Christ the King, The American Guild of Organists will host a beautiful concert featuring the music of J.S. Bach. The concert is a free will offering. Come early and check out the silent auction items starting at 6 pm in Kress Hall. All money raised will support the AGO organ scholarship fund!

This evening, Friday, April 12th at pm at the Cathedral of Christ the King, The American Guild of Organists will host a beautiful concert featuring the music of J.S. Bach. The concert is a free will offering. Come early and check out the silent auction items starting at 6 pm in Kress Hall. All money raised will support the AGO organ scholarship fund! ... See MoreSee Less

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Was a very nice evening