Catholic Churches of England & Wales
Here is a complete listing of the churches of England and Wales that have been assessed under the 'Taking Stock' project.
You can perform and advanced 'Church Search' using the form.
Post-war suburban church in brick Basilican style, with a handsome interior.
The former village of Acomb lies... Read More
An Italian Romanesque church built at the start of the twentieth century from designs by Edward Goldie. It has a good... Read More
A large suburban church of 1960-61 in what was then a thoroughly up-to-date style. It is by a respected firm who... Read More
A mid-1960s church with an elongated polygonal plan, reflecting a desire to reconcile post-Vatican II liturgical... Read More
Modest stone-built Arts and Crafts church in an attractive village setting. The dedication evokes the memory of... Read More
A large suburban church of the early 1960s, built for an expanding congregation and anticipating the liturgical... Read More
This modest church has a welcoming interior, but is not of special architectural or historic... Read More
A modest early 20th century church with a well-designed modern extension.
A school chapel of 1878 was replaced by... Read More
Edmund Kirby was the architect of many Catholic churches in the North West and Blessed Sacrament is a... Read More
Fairly standard, but not uncharacterful, church of the 1950s, of reinforced concrete construction and T-shaped in... Read More
A representative example of post-War design, built just before the Second Vatican Council. A portal... Read More
A functional building of the 1970s, not of special architectural or historic interest.
In the years immediately... Read More