New Cathedral Christ the King is located in Sobrecary St., Tagum City
In this new Catheral here you can see the World’s Largest Rosary. Weighing 2,815 kilos, this rosary at the Christ the King Cathedral in City of Tagum, Davao del Norte, Island Mindanao, Philippines, could make it to the Guinness Book of World Records as the Largest Roman Catholic Rosary in the whole world. This project of the Knight of Columbus. Christ the King Assembly has a length of 85.5 meters and is made of Magcono (Iron Wood), native to the mountain of Davao Oriental and Surigao. Felicisimo Luta, faithful navigator of the K of C – Christ the King Assembly, said “this project was in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Diocese of City of Tagum in 2005.” The House of Prayer, This Temple of Worship, The Home in which the Faithful are nourished by God’s Word and Sacraments. The faithful of the Diocese, City of Tagum dedicated this mother church to the glory of the King of Kings, on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of the Diocese. The Cathedral stands in a two 2 hectare lot situated in the southern part. City of Tagum, a city located fifty-five 55 kilometers north of Metropolitan Davao. The heirs of the late Dr. & Mrs. Juan Gonzales donated the land.
How to get to New Cathedral Christ the King
Davao can be reached by air, sea, and land travel from Manila. Major local air carrier’s service the Manila to Davao route that takes around 90 minutes.
By Sea it is approximately 3 days from the Manila Harbor to the Davao Port.
Land travel takes around 4 days, passing through a scenic route through the Pan-Philippine or Maharlika Highway that links the Philippines' three major islands. The city of Samal is only an hour's drive from the Davao International Airport and the SasaWharf in Davao City. The province is likewise accessible by land transportation from any point in Mindanao.