The Diocese of Northampton has 73 churches (as of 2009). The cathedral is in Northampton and is dedicated to Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury. The Diocese of Northampton encompasses the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and that part of Berkshire (formerly in Buckinghamshire) that lies to the north of the River Thames.

Leighton Buzzard – The Sacred Heart

A plain brick church of the 1950s, substantially rebuilt in the 1970s. A mission was established in Leighton... Read More

Little Chalfont – St Aidan

A functional design of the 1960s, lent some distinction by the somewhat New England-style western portico and... Read More

Long Crendon – Our Lady of Light

A remarkable example of a building erected at low cost and largely by the energy and initiative of the parish priest... Read More

Luton – Holy Ghost

A large church of the mid-1960s by Desmond Williams & Associates. The design is functional, with the internal... Read More

Luton – Our Lady Help of Christians

An early 20th  century Gothic Revival church designed by its resident priest, with a lofty interior and some fine... Read More

Luton – St John the Apostle

A utilitarian structure built for agricultural purposes and converted to a church in the 1960s. There is no... Read More

Luton – St Joseph

A large church in the Italian Romanesque/Basilican style that was so popular for Catholic churches in the interwar and... Read More

Luton – St Martin de Porres

This is a church of limited architectural or historical significance, but it is well attended and cared for by its... Read More

Marlow – St Peter

A small church by the leading Catholic architect A.W.N. Pugin, designed for the convert Charles Scott Murray and built... Read More

Milton Keynes – Our Lady of Lourdes

Built in the mid-1970s under the direction of Derek Walker, Chief Architect to the Milton Keynes Development... Read More

Newport Pagnell – St Bede

The primary significance of the building lies in its architectural, historical and townscape interest as a mid-19th... Read More

Northampton – Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury

The Cathedral church of the Diocese. Originating as a small chapel and residence in 1825 (both of which survive), a... Read More

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