Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King is one of the beautiful churches and the second-largest English Diocese. The church's construction began in 1930, where the contribution of fine materials, craftspeople, and artisans from around the world contributed to the design. Opened in 1933, the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton. It is home to a vibrant faith community. Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King was opened officially in 1933, and it serves to attract pilgrims and visitors from Canada and the World. The exterior of the cathedral was built using limestone. After a fire accident in 1981, the church was refurbished and opened in 1982. Cathedral Basilica's eye-drawing interior works include marble floors and beautiful woodwork. Later the church was installed with a four-manual organ console, new lighting & sound system and much more.