The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) teaches that the coming Reign of God will be a kingdom of love, peace, and justice.
Justice is defined as a virtue whereby one respects the rights of all persons, living in harmony and equity with all.
The Kingdom of God began with Christ’s death and Resurrection and must be further extended by Christians until it has been brought into perfection by Christ at the end of time.
 The Christian does this by living the way Christ lived, by thinking the way Christ thought, and by promoting peace and justice. This can be accomplished by discerning how the Holy Spirit (God) is calling one to act in the concrete circumstances of one’s life.
Christians must also pray, asking God for what is necessary to cooperate with the coming of God’s Kingdom.
 Jesus gathered disciples to be the seed and the beginning of God’s Reign on earth, and Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to guide them. Jesus continues to call all people to come together around him and to spread the Kingdom of God across the entire world.
However, the ultimate triumph of Christ’s Kingdom will not come about until Christ’s return to earth at the end of time.
During Christ’s second coming, he will judge the living and the dead.
Only those who are judged to be righteous and just will reign with Christ forever. Christ’s second coming will also mark the absolute defeat of all evil powers, including Satan.
Until then, the coming of the Kingdom will continue to be attacked by evil powers as Christians wait with hope for the second coming of their Savior.
This is why Christians pray to hasten Christ’s return by saying to him “Maranatha!” which means “Come, Lord Jesus!”.
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While some who believe in the literal interpretation of the Bible insist that the prediction of dates or times is futile, some other writers believe that Jesus foretold of signs which would indicate that the “end of days” was near. Some of these signs include earthquakes, natural disasters, civil problems, “wars and rumors of wars,” and other catastrophes. Of the precise time, however, it will come like a
“thief in the night” (1 Thess. 5:2).
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