Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King

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Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King is a beautiful church tucked by Cathedral Park in Hamilton. Although it is not the most historical religious site, having been consecrated in 1933, the cathedral manages to exude grandeur. Notable features include the stone excavated from the Roman Catacombs, Italian marble floor by the altar, and paintings of Christ entering Jerusalem and the nativity scene. This 13th-century English Gothic-style church welcomes all to either visit or worship, promoting goodness in the Hamilton community.

Location:  714 King Street West