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.

Northampton – St Aidan

A mainly Gothic church of the 1960s and a late work by J. S. Comper. Although very old-fashioned for its date and... Read More

Northampton – St Gregory

A large post-war parish church in the Roman Basilican style by Sebastian Comper. Building economies of the time and... Read More

Northampton – The Sacred Heart

Modern church built on a budget, of striking external form and with an interior notable above all for its wall... Read More

Olney – Our Lady Help of Christians and St Lawrence

A church of some architectural interest, as much for the bold reconfiguration  carried  out  in  1990  as  for... Read More

Oundle – The Holy Name of Jesus

Late  19th   century  church  built  for  Anglican  worship,  from  designs  by (Sir) Arthur Blomfield. The... Read More

Princes Risborough – St Teresa of the Child Jesus

A landmark church, built from designs by the Piedmontese-Welsh architect Giuseppe Rinvolucri. The brick-built church... Read More

Raunds – St Thomas More

A typical late-19th  century Nonconformist simple Gothic brick chapel, acquired for Catholic use in 1967. A building... Read More

Rothwell – St Bernadette

The 1959 church, though modest, was of distinctive design. The 1993 alterations have radically altered the appearance,... Read More

Rushden – St Peter

A  modest  basilican  1950s  church  by  Sebastian  Comper,  sensitively enlarged in the 1960s. Simple but... Read More

Shefford – St Francis of Assisi

Shefford was the focus of Catholic continuity in Bedfordshire during the 18th century, and a chapel was built here as... Read More

Slough – Our Lady Immaculate and St Ethelbert

A fine landmark church, its design inspired by the medieval churches of Norfolk. The building has a tall, spacious... Read More

Slough – St Anthony

A vast building reflecting the scale and ambition of much post-war Catholic church building. It is a very late example... Read More

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