Christ Cathedral Today

Today the Christ Cathedral campus, among other enterprises, includes Christ Cathedral Academy, serving children in grades pre-K through 8th grade; 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; the Tower of Hope, home to the New Hope Ministries 24-hour telephone counseling service, and KCEO Radio, the Diocese’s station featuring content from Relevant Radio network and reaches as many as 6.8 million listeners.