The Diocese of Leeds has 114 churches (as of 2008). The cathedral is in Leeds and is dedicated to St Anne. The Diocese of Leeds was founded on 20 December 1878 out of the former Diocese of Beverley. It consists of the whole of West Yorkshire (with the exception of the parish of Todmorden) together with some parishes in the East Riding, North Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Lancashire. It is a suffragan diocese in Province of Liverpool, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

Haworth – Our Lady of Lourdes

A modest Gothic church of the 1920s by a local architectural practice which specialised in building Catholic churches.... Read More

Heckmondwike – Holy Spirit

A fine example of a Catholic church in the Byzantine style fashionable in the wake of the building of Westminster... Read More

Howden – Sacred Heart

A modest church by the nationally-known Catholic architect J.A. Hansom. The main interest now lies in its plain but... Read More

Huddersfield – English Martyrs

A modern church of fortress-like appearance, its internal design reflecting the liturgical reforms of the... Read More

Huddersfield – Our Lady of Lourdes

The building has some historic interest for its origin as a cinema serving a new inter-war housing estate and for the... Read More

Huddersfield – St Joseph

Church and school building in domestic 17th century style, originally built for Anglican use. The church interior... Read More

Huddersfield – St Patrick

St Patrick’s was the first purpose-built church of the 19th century Roman Catholic Revival in Huddersfield.  The... Read More

ilkley – Sacred Heart of Jesus

A modest Gothic Revival building by the Bradford architect Edward Simpson, who built widely in the diocese, with an... Read More

Keighley – Our Lady of Victories

An unusual re-use of an historic farm complex as a church and presbytery. The church itself is essentially a building... Read More

Keighley – St Anne

Important as an early church by Pugin (albeit that his early works were often rather dull), and in the vanguard of the... Read More

Keighley – St Joseph

St Joseph’s is a remarkable 1930s essay in the Norman style, impressive in its scale, completeness and reference to... Read More

Kinsley – Our Lady of Graces

A plain red brick rectangular building with little architectural decoration, but with some interesting modern... Read More

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