CHRIST CATHEDRAL CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: FEB. 2018

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Construction continues at Christ Cathedral, as the iconic structure transforms into a welcoming, versatile worship space for Catholics across the Diocese of Orange. “It’s been a phenomenal project,” said Construction Manager Eric Flynn. “We continue to make outstanding progress in line with our original schedule.” Construction has been underway for 7 months and is scheduled to finish in 2019. The … Read More

CHRIST CATHEDRAL CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

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The interior of Christ Cathedral has once again been transformed in appearance as construction continues. Nearly 60 construction crewmembers are working in the space each day. Here’s what’s going on now.  – Massive scaffolding has been erected on the east, west and south balconies – Cleaning and painting of the space frame at the east balcony is now underway – … Read More

TRANSFORMING CHRIST CATHEDRAL

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Great architecture is more than just structure. It creates a physical and emotional experience. Buildings communicate volumes about the people who build and claim them. From Stonehenge to Solomon’s temple and the great cathedrals of Europe, immense worship centers have always had an explicit purpose well beyond their functionality as a gathering place. These structures were deliberately designed to elevate … Read More

CHRIST CATHEDRAL: A CAMPUS IN TRANSITION

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Over the past four years the Christ Cathedral campus has quickly become a beautiful, updated and vibrant center for our Diocese. Beginning in January of 2012 with the renovation of the Arboretum and Neutra complex to ready the facility for the more than 10,000 parishioners from St. Callistus Parish, the transformation and restoration of the campus has moved quickly forward. … Read More

CHRIST CATHEDRAL MARKS KEY MILESTONES

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We Catholics in our life of worship reverence signs and symbols. In fact, it has been said that the language of worship is the language of sign and symbol. From a small portion of bread and wine, to water gushing in abundance, to clouds of incense rising to heaven, to hands gently laid on one’s head in loving reverence, these … Read More