Christ the King is a term given to Jesus in Christianity that refers to the concept of God's Kingdom, in which the Christ is represented as sitting at God's right hand. Catholicism regard Christ's kingly duty as one of the triple offices: Christ is a prophet, a priest, and a king. "Christ the King" is also a popular name for Catholic churches, schools, seminaries, hospitals, and religious establishments.

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