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Doors of Mercy: United Kingdom

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Sheffield

The Church of St Marie was opened in 1850. The Diocese of Hallam was created in 1980 and St Marie's became the Cathedral Church of the new diocese

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Lancaster

The Diocese of Lancaster was founded in 1924 to oversee the Catholic population of Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland (now Cumbria); the southern regions were formally part of the Diocese of Liverpool, while the northern belonged to the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. The impressive size and...
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Nottingham

Saint Barnabas' Cathedral was consecrated in 1844, six years before the establishment of the Diocese of Nottingham, and is one of the first Catholic churches to be built in the East Midlands since the Reformation. It was designed by Augustus Welby Pugin, chiefly remembered for his work in the...
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Paisley

Founded in 1808. Present church dates from 1932.

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London

The Cathedral is the mother church of the Catholic community in England and Wales. It was commissioned by Cardinal Herbert Vaughan and built by in the Neo-Byzantine style by John Francis Bentley. It was completed in 1903 and consecrated by Cardinal Francis Bourne in 1910.

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Portsmouth

The Cathedral was built in 1882 in the French Gothic style and was last reordered in 2001. The Cathedral parish is today a thriving multi-cultural community proud of its links with the nearby Royal Navy base and Portsmouth University.

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Bristol

Opened and Consecrated in 1973.

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York

St Wilfrid's was built in 1864 as the Cathedral for the Diocese of Beverley which covered the whole of the historic County of Yorkshire. When growing numbers of Catholics brought about the division of the diocese St Wilfrid's became a Parish Church. The Church contains a fine Lady Chapel where...
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York

The Shrine of St Margaret Cltherow is in a house in the Shambles, York's ancient street of the butchers. St Margaret lived in this house or in one very similar nearby. St Margaret Clitherow is one of the best known and loved of the English Martyrs. Margaret Middleton was born in York in 1556. In...
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Market Weighton

The present church building dates from 1960. The parish was founded from a chapel in the grounds of Houghton Hall, Sancton owned by the Langdale family.

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Middlesbrough

The first Church of St Mary was built in the oldest part of the town in 1848. Later it was demolished to make way for a larger church (1876-78). With the creation of the Diocese of Middlesbrough in 1878, this became the Cathedral. with the movement of population, the building became redundant in...
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Brentwood

The Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Brentwood, England. For further information about the history and architecture of the Cathedral, please visit our website: www.cathedral-brentwood.org

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Glasgow

The foundation stone was laid in June 1814. On December 22nd 1816, Holy Mass was celebrated for the first time within its walls. The Cathedral reopened in 2011 after an extensive renovation which saw the installation of new art work by Peter Howson, Tim Pomeroy and Jack Sloan. This year we...