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Called to to be the people of Christ the king


Today is our day: the feast of Christ the King.

While most people know us as Christ Church Cathedral we are actually the Cathedral Church of Christ the King. So today is our festival day ...

The bottom line here—as surely we must have learned from Royal Commission—is that our best ideas do not have as much impact as worst actions. We must ensure that our actions align with our core beliefs. As a Cathedral, we need to act as a colony of God’s kingdom, rather than as a bastion of privilege—and never simply serve our own interests.

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