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Mass Times

Saturday 6 PM, Sunday 9 AM & 11:30 AM, Spanish Mass Sunday 1:30 PM, Thursday 7:00 PM Spanish Mass; Tuesday - Thursday 5:15 PM Chapel, Friday 8:15 AM; Bilingual Confession Thursday at 7:30 PM & Saturday 5 PM; Holy Days of Obligation: See Parish Calendar

School Hours

Christ the King Catholic School office is open 7:45 AM to 4:00 PM. School opens for students at 7:30 AM and after school care ends at 5:30 PM.

Church Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8 AM to 4:30 PM

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  • I love the CTK Parish and School, it has become our extended family.  Relocating to Fort Smith in 2014 put my family states away from all our friends and relatives.  The parish and school community welcomed us with open arms.  Their love and support rapidly changed Fort Smith form where we had moved to our home.

    David Greene

    (School Board President, School Parent, & Parishioner)

  • When we moved here 3 years ago we had 2 important considerations - find a quality school for our 3 children and a church that made us feel like we were home.  We were blessed to find both.  What makes the school and parish exceptional is the people. The kindness and the passion by many to continue the success of both the school and parish makes me feel proud.

    Melissa Ross

    (Parent & Parishioner, CTK Parish)

  • The teachers at CTK truly have a passion for working with our students to make sure they receive the best education possible!"  "I feel our daughter is not only excelling in her education, but also her spirituality!

    Andrea Tharnish

    (School Parent, CTK School)

  • Why do I love Christ the King Catholic School? UNIFORMS! There is never a clothing crisis or melt down. Every morning we get up and put on a uniform that everyone else wears.  Christ the King Catholic School focuses on the entire child — mentally, physically, and spiritually. Our students are taught moral and core values that will remain with them throughout their entire lives.  The teachers and staff genuinely care about the students and in turn the students genuinely care about their teachers and classmates.  They are all our extended family.

    Shirley Skulman

    (Parishioner & School Parent, )

  • Why do I love CTK? 1) Lifelong friendships - the friends I met at Christ the King have remained with me throughout my life. I am so thankful for the strong friendships based on similar core values I gained 25+ years ago. These friends have helped and remain to help shape the direction of my life.  2. Relationship with God - In kindergarten, I learned a goodnight prayer. I’ve said this prayer every night for as long as I can remember. I am so thankful for the strong foundation CTK helped me build with God. 3. Love of learning - I LOVE learning and this love started at Christ the King thanks to the passion of the teachers, their endless encouragement and the friendly competition between students :)  4. Home - The staff, my peers, crispito day in the cafeteria... CTK will always feel like home to me. I am so thankful to be a part of this community!

    Elysia Hampel

    (CTK School, Class of 2003)

  • What I love about CTK is the friendships I made there. Over fifteen years later, I still remain good friends with many of my former classmates.

    Matt Henry

    (CTK School, Class of 2003)

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Welcome Back. The books missed you and so did we! Join us in praying this prayer over the start of our school year. A Prayer for Educators, Parents, and Students From Fr. Satish JosephAll Holy, Loving, and Compassionate God,We thank you for your loving care of all creation and your protection and guidance over all. We come to you today, with all the faith and trust we can muster in this time of the pandemic. Please come to our aid.We bring the administrators, principals, professors, teachers, school secretaries, the support staff, and the maintenance staff of our schools and universities before you. In their vocation as educators, they continue the teaching ministry of Christ. We pray for your blessings over their lives, their work, their livelihood, and their families. Guide them with your wisdom. May they be empowered by your Spirit to see the needs of their students and to inspire those under their care.We bring our parents, guardians, and caregivers of our students before you. They are faced with unprecedented challenges. They have to make decisions that require your wisdom, understanding and insight. When they feel overwhelmed, be present in their lives. May they never feel alone or abandoned. Strengthen them from within, so that they might be a source of strength, confidence, and hope for their children.Most of all, we bring before you our students who will either be educated online, at home, or in person in our schools. As they pursue their education in the midst of the pandemic, enlighten their minds. May they grow in grace and wisdom. In areas where there is a lack, provide them knowledge, understanding, counsel, and fortitude. Keep them safe from all illnesses and protect them from all harm.We ask all these things, through the intercession of our Blessed Mother Mary, and through Christ our teacher. Amen.#DiscoverTheDifferenceAtCTK ... See MoreSee Less
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Back to school family fair tonight! 💚 It was so wonderful for all of our students to meet their teachers and kick off the school year. We are so thankful for each of our families.#OneTeamOneDream#DiscoverTheDifferenceAtCTK Arkansas Catholic Schools ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This feast recognizes that Jesus' mother was "taken up body and soul into heavenly glory" when her "earthly life was finished." Why does this fact matter to us now? Read this article: https://www.dolr.org/events/solemnity-assumption-blessed-virgin-mary-21 ... See MoreSee Less
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No more broken sidewalks at CTK! Thank you to the crew from Forsgren Inc. for fixing our sidewalks and even taking out two curbs to make them more stroller/handicap/child friendly! ... See MoreSee Less
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The church staff ladies were at it again today and made food to feed the homeless. Thank you ladies for serving our community and all our parishioners that have helped by donating food or money. #OneTeamOneDream#FortSmithAR ... See MoreSee Less
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