The Diocese of Clifton has 123 churches (as of 2016). The cathedral is in Clifton, Bristol, and is dedicated to SS Peter and Paul. The Diocese of Clifton was founded on 29 September 1850. It covers the counties of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Somerset, and includes the major centres of Bath, Bristol, and Swindon. It is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Birmingham in the Province of Birmingham.

Royal Wootton Bassett – Sacred Heart

A thoughtful design of the 1990s, its plan forming a sequence of polygonal spaces, with a strong diagonal axis... Read More

Salisbury – St Gregory and the English Martyrs

A plain interwar church by Roberts & Willman of Taunton, with good carved figures on the main front and a functional... Read More

Salisbury – St Osmund

Salisbury was the place of A. W. Pugin’s reception into the Catholic Church in 1835. His church of St Osmund is... Read More

Salisbury – The Most Holy Redeemer

A small and striking modern church of some architectural quality by a well-regarded architectural practice.  The... Read More

Sedbury – Sacred Heart

A church of the late 1980s of modern, convenient and quietly pleasing design, but not of special architectural or... Read More

Shepton Mallet – St Michael

A modern steel-framed church with attached contemporary presbytery, built in a corner of Langhorne Park, site of a... Read More

Shirehampton, Bristol – St Bernard

A flint Gothic church of the early twentieth century, extended (but not completed) in contextual style between the... Read More

Somerton – St Dunstan

A modest church of traditional architectural character, built shortly after the Second Vatican Council on a square... Read More

South Petherton – St Michael

A post-war chapel-of-ease of temporary character which has been given a more permanent look by the rebuilding of the... Read More

Southdown – St Joseph

A small suburban church with integral hall below, built a few years after the Second Vatican Council. The interior is... Read More

Soutmead, Bristol – St Vincent de Paul

A plain post-war design, occupying a prominent position in the top corner in the open space of Glencoyne Square and... Read More

St Catherine of Siena and St Thomas Aquinas – Bristol University Chaplaincy

A small, low-key chapel of the 1960s, the street elevation faced in stone to blend with the university chaplaincy, to... Read More

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