Pope Pius XI in his encyclical "Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio" that is his encyclical "On the Peace of Christ in His Kingdom" which was promulgated on December 23, 1922 states in Paragraphs 60-61that "Many believe in or claim that they believe in and hold fast to Catholic doctrine on such questions as social authority, the right of owning private property, on the relations between capital and labor, on the rights of laboring man, on the relations between Church and State, religion and country, on the relations between the different social classes, on international relations, on the rights of the Holy See and the prerogatives of the Roman Pontiff and the Episcopate, on the social rights of Jesus Christ, Who is the Creator, Redeemer, and Lord not only of individuals but of nations. In spite of these protestations, they speak, write, and, what is more, act as if it were not necessary any longer to follow, or that they did not remain still in full force, the teachings and solemn pronouncements which may be found in so many documents of the Holy See, and particularly in those written by Leo XIII, Pius X, and Benedict XV. There is a species of moral, legal, and social modernism which We condemn, no less decidely than We condemn theological modernism." The works of Jacques Maritain on political philosophy, such as Integral Humanism are not Thomistic and do not agree with Catholic social doctrine but fall into the category of the social modernism condemned by Pope Pius XI. Jacques Maritain supported the modern state that is liberal democracy, which is not only godless, secular, and anti-Christian, but also is fundamentally opposed to the natural moral law. Therefore all good Catholics must reject any attempt to position Maritain as a good Catholic who ought to be honored as promoted by Ralph McInerny. Maritain was a political modernist not a Thomist and this is why he ignored political science as exposited by Aquinas, Aristotle, and Francis Vitoria in his(Maritain's) works promoting liberal democracy. Maritain rejected the social Kingship of Jesus Christ over societies and individuals as taught by Pope Pius XI encyclical "Quas Primas" of 1925. Again Maritain was not a Thomist but a political modernist.