Arundel and Brighton

The Diocese of Arundel and Brighton was created in 1965, taking areas that were formerly part of the Archdiocese of Southwark. The cathedral is in Arundel, and is dedicated to Our Lady and St Philip Howard. The diocese has 140 churches (as of 2005), 81 of which were visited for Taking Stock.



Selsey – Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Wilfrid

A mainstream post-war design, distinguished by some artworks and furnishings of a high order. In the seventh century St... Read More

Slindon – St Richard

An attractive village church and satisfying essay in English Gothic of c.1300.Charles Alban Buckler (1824-1905) was... Read More

St Leonards-on-Sea – St Thomas of Canterbury and English Martyrs

A good urban church, austere on the outside and richly decorated on the inside. Whilst such decorative painted schemes... Read More

Staplefield – Our Lady of Fatima

Of local interest as an early nineteenth century Baptist chapel converted to a Catholic church.  An early nineteenth... Read More

Storrington – Our Lady of England Priory

Our Lady of England, though a little old fashioned for 1902-09, is a fine building built to a relatively modest budget.... Read More

Sutton Park – St Edward the Confessor

A church of considerable architectural and historic interest. It is also the repository of a rare collection of relics.... Read More

Tadworth – St John the Evangelist

St John the Evangelist, Tadworth, appears to be a soundly built church, and one that serves its parish well.  St... Read More

Thames Ditton – Our Lady of Lourdes

An unusually big and austere building, not intimate but very striking in its design. The Catholic Church built a... Read More

Uckfield – Our Lady Immaculate and St Philip Neri

An unusual church built by the parish priest and his congregation. The architecture is not distinguished and is let... Read More

Wadhurst – The Sacred Heart

A modest brick interwar church in Lombard Romanesque style, built by the Rosminians. The church was built by the... Read More

Walton-on-Thames – St Erconwald

Although the west front has a certain drama, St Erconwald’s Church is not a building of much architectural refinement... Read More

West Grinstead – Our Lady of Consolation and St Francis

A late Victorian church executed to a high standard from designs by John A. Crawley and mostly completed by F. A.... Read More

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