Liverpool

The Archdiocese of Leeds has 214 churches (as of 2007). The cathedral is in Liverpool and is dedicated to Christ the King. The Diocese of Liverpool was founded on 29 September 1850, and elevated to become an archdiocese on 28 October 1911. It consists of the county of Lancashire south of the Ribble, parts of Merseyside, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, and the Isle of Man. It is the Metropolitan diocese in Province of Liverpool.

Formby – Our Lady of Compassion

Church built in transitional Lombard Romanesque/Gothic style by the distinguished  Catholic  architect  Henry... Read More

Formby – St Jerome

A relatively  modest example of the prolific practice of Weightman & Bullen, square on plan under a pyramidal roof.... Read More

Freshfield – St Anne

Utilitarian design of the 1930s, somewhat altered. St Anne’s was established as a chapel-of-ease to Our Lady of... Read More

Garston – Holy Trinity

The building is of no architectural or historic importance A modern church built in about 2002 as part of a new... Read More

Garston – St Francis of Assisi

This church is a landmark in a run-down area, and a building of consistent quality and construction. The interior is... Read More

Gateacre – Our Lady of the Assumption

The Church of Our Lady of the Assumption is an accomplished and unified design of the 1960s by the Liverpool... Read More

Golborne – All Saints

The   present   church   is   a   modern   building   of   little   architectural importance, though... Read More

Goosnargh – St Francis

Typical post-Relief Act mission-style church with important historical associations and good group value with attached... Read More

Grassendale – St Austin

Built in 1838, St Austin’s is one of the oldest churches in the Archdiocese, and has a distinguished history of... Read More

Halewood – Holy Family

A  small  church  of  the  late  1960s  with  a  welcoming  character,  but without special architectural... Read More

Halewood – St Mark

A very modest building of the 1960s, of no special architectural or historic interest. The church was built in... Read More

Haresfinch – St Peter and St Paul

A pleasant example of the stripped Romanesque style so widely adopted in the interwar period, with a remarkably... Read More

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