The Diocese of Hallam was founded on 30 May 1980, and is the newest Catholic diocese in England. It incorporates parts formerly in the dioceses of Leeds and Nottingham and consists of the county of South Yorkshire, parts of the High Peak and Chesterfield districts of Derbyshire, and the district of Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire. It is a suffragan diocese in the Province of Liverpool, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Liverpool. The cathedral is in Sheffield, and is dedicated to St Marie. 73 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2015).

Finningley – Holy Family

A building of modest architectural character, built as an Anglican chapel, which is of local historical interest for... Read More

Goldthorpe – Sacred Heart

A Gothic Revival design of 1907, built for the miners of the Dearne Valley area, with some good timber detailing but... Read More

Grimethorpe – St Paul

A utilitarian dual-purpose building of the 1970s, incorporating a stone font from the predecessor... Read More

Harworth – St Patrick

A small timber building built to serve local mining communities in the 1930s, of no special architectural interest but... Read More

Hathersage – St Michael the Archangel

Hathersage is an old recusant stronghold. The present church dates largely from the turn of the nineteenth century, but... Read More

Hoyland – Sacred Heart and St Helen

A handsome interwar Italian Romanesque design, with good brick detailing. The campanile is a local landmark. A... Read More

Kirk Sandall – St Thomas of Canterbury

An interwar church built on land donated by the Pilkington Glass Company, which established a glassworks and a garden... Read More

Kiveton Park – Blessed William Richardson

A plain chapel-of-ease of mid-twentieth century date, formerly a Salvation Army citadel, dedicated to a local... Read More

Maltby – St Mary Magdalene

A post-war design by J. H. Langtry-Langton, its modest, parish hall-like exterior giving no hint of the architecturally... Read More

Mexborough – English Martyrs

A small, neat interwar design of cruciform plan, with a spacious and bright vaulted interior. It has few historic... Read More

Moorends – St Joseph and St Nicholas

An economical but well-designed small church built just before the Second World War, with an attractive interior... Read More

Oldcotes – St Helen

An attractive Gothic Revival design of the 1860s by S. J. Nicholl, built at the expense of Edward Chaloner of Hermeston... Read More

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