CHRIST CATHEDRAL TODAY
God is with Us, God Loves Us. We Share in His Power.
Located at 13280 Chapman Ave, Garden Grove, CA the Christ Cathedral Campus is the home to the Diocese of Orange. Standing 120 feet tall (12 stories), 141 feet long and 207 feet wide, the 78,397-square-foot edifice is constructed entirely of glass and steel. With 10,660 panes of mirrored glass and seating for 3,000, the Christ Cathedral is known worldwide for its inspiring beauty and breathtaking scale.
Today the Christ Cathedral campus, among other enterprises, includes: Christ Cathedral Academy, serving children in grades preK-8; the Diocese Pastoral Center, home to the Bishop of Orange; the Freed Performing Arts Theatre; world-class art and spiritual exhibits; Crean Tower and its 52-bell carillon; Cathedral Memorial Gardens, the final resting place for Rev. Robert and Arvella Schuller, restaurateur Marie Callender and pianist Roger Williams; and the Tower of Hope, home to the New Hope Ministries 14-hour telephone counseling service and KCEO Radio, the Diocese’s station featuring content from Immaculate Heart Radio network and reaching as many as 6.8 million listeners.
The campus will serve as a spiritual home to Orange County’s more than 1.3 million Catholics and also serve the local community through its extensive roster of services and programs available to everyone. The Christ Cathedral chapel is the religious sanctuary to 10,000 members with Masses taking place in English, Vietnamese, and Spanish.
Many other events take place within the campus; weddings, conferences, concerts, and family friendly events.