Serving the Hancock Park and

Hollywood Communities since 1917


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_DSC2450Since 1917, Christ the King, Roman Catholic Church has served the Hollywood / Los Angeles area from the same location, providing a gracious spiritual heart to our community and the Diocese of Los Angeles.

There are 1,000 members of Christ the King parish, some of whom drive thirty miles to attend one of our Sunday masses. Inspiring worship, beautiful music and authentic hospitality await every soul.

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Mass Schedule


  8:30 am Sunday Mass I
10:30 am Sunday Mass II
12:30 pm Sunday Mass III – (Spanish)
 5:30 pm Sunday Mass IV

Our Parish Hospitality Ministers provide complimentary
Coffee and Donuts after the 8:30 and 10:30 masses.


5:30 pm Evening : Sunday Vigil Mass

Weekday Masses

7:30 am Monday – Friday:
Daily Morning Mass
8:10 am Friday:
School Mass

To see the complete/holiday mass schedule…



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