Cardiff

The Archdiocese of Cardiff was created in 1916 out of the former Diocese of Newport. It has eight deaneries covering Cardiff, the Welsh valleys, Bridgend, Newport, North Gwent and Pontypridd. It also includes the English county of Herefordshire (Hereford deanery). The cathedral is in Cardiff and is dedicated to St David.

Caerphilly – St Helen

A Vatican II-era church by Thomas Price on a plan designed to facilitate full and active participation in the liturgy.... Read More

Caldicot – St Paul

A utilitarian prefabricated post-war structure, built as a chapel-of-ease to Chepstow. The church is a post-war... Read More

Cardiff (Canton) – St Mary of the Angels

A stately Romanesque church of the early twentieth century, designed by F.A. Walters for the Benedictines. The... Read More

Cardiff (Cathays) – St Joseph

A brick interwar church in Italian Romanesque style designed by Cyril Bates for the Rosminians. Funded partly by a... Read More

Cardiff (Crystals) – St Brigid

A striking church of 1964 by Thomas Price, designed on a T-shaped plan to encourage active participation in the... Read More

Cardiff (Cyncoed) – St Paul

A thoughtfully-configured functional brick design by F.R. Bates, Son & Price, externally somewhat austere, and... Read More

Cardiff (Ely) – St Francis of Assisi

A concrete-framed church of 1960 and the most inventive of a large number of churches built in the Cardiff suburbs by... Read More

Cardiff (Fairwater) – Holy Family

A functional design of 1980 by F.R. Bates, Son & Price, serving a post-war housing estate. In 1951 a hut at the... Read More

Cardiff (Gabalfa) – Our Lady of Lourdes

A simple steel-framed building of 1957, built to serve a new housing estate and originally intended as a temporary... Read More

Cardiff (Grangetown) – St Patrick

An interwar red brick Italian Romanesque design by Joseph Goldie, with the earlier presbytery forming a prominent... Read More

Cardiff (Llanedeyrn) – St Philip Evans

A fairly late work by the firm of F. R. Bates, Son & Price, who designed a large number of Catholic churches in... Read More

Cardiff (Llanishen) – Christ the King

A hexagonal brick church of the mid-1970s, built to serve a post-war housing estate. The architects were F. R. Bates,... Read More

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