Portsmouth

The Diocese of Portsmouth has 116 churches (as of 2007). The cathedral is in Portsmouth and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Portsmouth encompasses the counties of Hampshire, Berkshire (south of the Thames), Oxfordshire (south of the Thames), Dorset (the Bournemouth area), the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands.

East Hendred – St Mary

The epitome of Romantic feudal Catholicism. The church, linked presbytery and school are all by C. A. Buckler, a... Read More

East Hendred – St Patrick

The church is a converted farm building, and is of attractive rural simplicity, making a positive contribution to the... Read More

Eastleigh – Holy Cross

Church built by Father (later Canon) Alexander Joseph Cory Scoles. Scoles (1844-1920) was one of two architect-priest... Read More

Fareham and Portchester – Our Lady of Walsingham

Post-War church built as a hall. Mass was said in Portchester from 1935 but a permanent building was not provided... Read More

Fareham and Portchester – Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart is a small and well-detailed essay in fourteenth century Gothic, along Puginian lines. Its architect,... Read More

Fleet – Our Lady

Polygonal 1960s church with interesting internal volume. A small church was opened in 1908, and this was... Read More

Fordingbridge – SS Mary and Philip

Built in the 1870s to serve a community of Servite friars, and originally intended as dormitory accommodation. The... Read More

Gorey, Jersey – Church of the Assumption

Small chapel built for the Bible Christian Methodists, which became a cinema before being acquired by the Catholic... Read More

Gosport – St Columba

A modest 1950s church. St Columba was intended as church hall but was opened for worship in 1953. The architect... Read More

Gosport – St Joseph

St Joseph’s is a former school building of 1920 converted to a church in 1970. The school building does not appear... Read More

Gosport – St Mary

The history of the church is uncertain, with many conflicting dates and at least two significant phases of... Read More

Grayshott – St Joseph

Small and relatively unaltered Perpendicular Gothic design by F.A. Walters, a prolific Catholic architect of the... Read More

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