Commentary: Wayback Machine. This is the last Sunday of the liturgical year.
Quoth the Holy Redeemer bulletin:
The Feast of Christ the King was established by Pope Pius XI in 1925 as an antidote to secularism, a way of life which leaves God out of man's thinking & living & organizes his life as if God did not exist. The feast is intended to proclaim in a striking & effective manner Christ's royalty over individuals, families, society, governments, & nations.Otherwise, 20 November would be the feast of Saints Edmund the Martyr & Humbert of Elmham, Bishop, Martyrs (died 869, A.K.A. King Edmund of East Anglia), martyred by the Great Heathen Army: Martyr-link Echo & Wikipedia-link Echo; Martyr-link Hotel & Wikipedia-link Hotel.
Commentary: Wayback Machine & The Explorers' Club, No. LXXXIX.
'Twould also be the feast of Saint Bernward of Hildesheim, Bishop (circa 960-1022): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.
Commentary: Wayback Machine.
Scripture of the Feast of Christ the King
The Second Book of Samuel, chapter five, verses one, two, & three;
Psalm One Hundred Twenty-two, verses one thru five;
The Letter to the Colossians, chapter one, verses twelve thru twenty;
The Gospel according to Luke, chapter twenty-three, verses thirty-five thru forty-three.