The Diocese of Hallam has 73 churches (as of 2015). The cathedral is in Sheffield  and is dedicated to St Marie. 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.

Sheffield – St William of York

A church which has grown from a modest stone-built chapel of 1905. It was significantly enlarged in the interwar... Read More

Spinkill – Immaculate Conception

A fine church by J. A. Hansom with minor additions by the same architect and commendably restrained north extensions.... Read More

Stainforth – Our Lady of the Assumption

A large church built to serve a mining community in 1956, built on a wide staggered longitudinal plan, possibly... Read More

Staveley – St Joseph

An economical brick Gothic Revival design, built in the interwar years with volunteer labour to serve a poor mining... Read More

Thrybergh – St Gerard

A plain, brick church with a portal frame, built to serve a post-war housing estate.  The population of Thrybergh... Read More

Totley, Sheffield – English Martyrs

A small, neat, modern suburban church built in the 1960s as a chapel-of-ease, and designed to serve as a parish hall... Read More

Wath-upon-Dearne – St Joseph

A carefully-detailed Perpendicular Gothic design by M. E. Hadfield & Son, built with the support of two wealthy local... Read More

Wickersley – Blessed Trinity

A functional portal-framed structure, built in 1961 to serve post-war estates to the east of Rotherham.    The... Read More

Wombwell – St Michael and All Angels

An unusual, possibly unique example of a Roman Catholic church built using the CLASP method of prefabricated... Read More

Woodlands – St Joseph and St Teresa

A modest interwar Gothic church, altered internally. At the beginning of the twentieth century new coal mines were... Read More

Worksop – St Joseph the Worker

A striking hexagonal design of the Post-Vatican II period, its tall needle spire acting as a local landmark. The... Read More

Worksop – St Mary

An early and fine Gothic Revival design of 1838-40 by Weightman & Hadfield, built at the expense of the twelfth Duke... Read More

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