He is ever Human too since the Incarnation: besides before the Incarnation, ‘human in His divine thought,’ but only in a way: of co-Creating all humans chronologically in body and soul, from Adam on; yet from His Eternal Being in thought, transcending chronologies.
For any possible objection to this September title, we can reply to this imaginary one of: ‘Hey, being Divine, He doesn’t need any designated month to that end, because neither the Divine Father nor the Divine Holy Spirit have one!’ ANSWER: we have a Solemnity entitled ‘Trinity Sunday.’ Thus establishing a month to His Divinity could certainly be proper, and more. The main reason, shared in past months, is that it is The End of the sequence of “Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity” -- traditional in expression and teaching.
Yet another great reason is that His Divinity is the main gift of Eucharistic reception since the Last Supper on! His Divinity in the sequence is The End, in capitals here, too, since the early Church Fathers had among their principal top 5 (or so) favorite themes, that of ‘divinization,’ and reputedly too their most favorite one. The End or goal of man is? What? WHY?
Small ‘d’ divinization. Mary, Mystical Rose, is the 2nd Eve. While She, Queen even of all good angels, is never going to be Divine (or ‘goddess from GOD’) she participates in His Divinity, and everlastingly so. So, too, do all the angels and saints. One of the main ways of such is the Divine attribute (termed ‘transcendentals’ by holy Church teachers through the ages) of IMMORTALITY. St. Thomas Aquinas, the ‘Angelic Doctor,’ even distinguished any beings in hell from those in Heaven by this term: in Heaven they are ‘immortal,’ while in hell they just ‘exist.’ Why? Because ‘immortal,’ according to him, also conveys Life in Christ, in that it literally means everlastingly alive. Whereas in hell, the ‘2nd death,’ though they exist it is similar to a death-like or ‘mortal’ state, even though they have senses, perceptions, especially ever ongoing torments, mental and bodily both.
Indeed, one of the greatest motives for following God’s will is that His is Divine Will, if even unto martyrdom, as with 10 of the 12 Apostles, many early Popes of Church history, etc. One of the best ways to handle tempts, torments, trials, tribulations, today’s terrors – as in Syria -- (against the world, the flesh, and the devil) – is to utter “DIVINITY,” or “DIVINE,” or “DIVINELY,” etc., depending upon what serves most. This would not bump out other great expressions (“JESUS!” etc.) but helps with the focus needed today.
Finally, to term September as the Month of the Divinity of Christ goes well, too, with traditionally the greatest Marian title of all her titles: Theotokos – Greek for the “God-bearer:” a parallel to ‘Ark of the Covenant,’ in that She carried Christ within Her, but not only when pregnant – He always reigned in Her Heart, Mind, Soul, and Spirit, ‘divinized’ (not capital ‘D’) new nature, as the early Church Fathers taught – saints in Heaven are ‘divinized.’ They are never God from God but made everlasting immortals (not mythic Greek or Roman heroes, like ‘Hercules’), really and truly like to God in the Beatific Vision, “for we know that when He shall appear, we shall be like to Him for we shall see Him as He is” (1 Jn 3:2) in glory.
Glory to the Trinity, and to The DIVINITY of Christ, 2nd Person of the Trinity!
Have a Blessed & Holy September month of the Divinity of Christ!