Arundel and Brighton

The Diocese of Arundel and Brighton has 140 churches (as of 2005). The cathedral is in Arundel and is dedicated to Our Lady and St Philip Howard. The Diocese of Arundel and was established on 28 May 1965, taking areas that were formerly part of the Archdiocese of Southwark.

+Arundel – Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip Howard

The Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip Howard was designed from 1868-9 and built from 1870-3. The architect... Read More

Ashtead – St Michael

St Michael’s Church is not a building of any great architectural quality.  Nonetheless, with its wood-panelled,... Read More

Banstead – St Ann

St Ann’s Church is an unpretentious but serviceable building.   Prior to the construction of this church the... Read More

Battle – Our Lady Immaculate & St Michael

Our Lady Immaculate and St Michael is a modest building of no great architectural importance. It stands within the... Read More

Bexhill-on-Sea – St Mary Magdalene

St Mary Magdalene’s church is correctly listed and graded at grade II.  Arthur Young is not a well-known architect... Read More

Billingshurst – St Gabriel

St Gabriel’s church is representative of Henry Bingham Towner’s work, not without architectural merit but not... Read More

Bognor Regis – Our Lady of Sorrows

A fine urban church by J. S. Hansom, its interior impressing in its height, size and austere quality.   In 1864 the... Read More

Brighton – St John the Baptist

Roman Catholic Church. Designed and built between 1832 and 1835 by William Hallett; sculpture by John Carew.  The... Read More

Brighton – St Joseph

Roman Catholic church 1880-1906. The original design, by W Kedo Broder was for a church with a polygonal chancel... Read More

Brighton – St Mary

The church is built of Kentish ragstone with Bath stone dressings and a roof covered in Cornish slate. The first Mass... Read More

Brighton – St Mary Magdalen

A stately and lavish town church, of considerable townscape significance grouped with school and... Read More

Burgess Hill – St Wilfrid

A well-designed simple building with some unusually interesting and high quality furnishings and fittings, especially... Read More

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