The Diocese of Portsmouth has 116 churches (as of 2007). The cathedral is in Portsmouth and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Portsmouth encompasses the counties of Hampshire, Berkshire (south of the Thames), Oxfordshire (south of the Thames), Dorset (the Bournemouth area), the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands.

Park Gate – St Margaret Mary

A 1960s building of some character with some notable furnishings and a sympathetic contemporary extension. Mass... Read More

Petersfield – St Laurence

The church is a striking red brick building in an Italianate style and the church, church hall and presbytery have... Read More

Portsmouth – Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist

The Cathedral church of the diocese. A substantial red brick and stone Decorated Gothic design by J. A. Crawley, with... Read More

Portsmouth – Corpus Christi

Late nineteenth century brick church with Perpendicular Gothic detailing, externally plain, but with an attractive... Read More

Portsmouth – Our Lady of Lourdes

Prefabricated church of the 1950s, much altered and extended. In 1937 Mrs Beach and Mrs Light of 15 Bransbury Road... Read More

Portsmouth – St Colman

The church is an interesting late Gothic Revival church, drawing upon regional traditions in the design and materials.... Read More

Portsmouth – St Joseph

Church built by Father (later Canon) Alexander Joseph Cory Scoles (1844-1920) and his partner, Geoffrey Raymond... Read More

Portsmouth – St Swithun

Church built by Father (later Canon) Alexander Joseph Cory Scoles. Scoles (1844-1920) was one of two architect-priest... Read More

Reading – English Martyrs

Church designed by the Preston-based architect, Wilfrid C. Mangan, who worked extensively in Portsmouth diocese. He... Read More

Reading – Sacred Heart

Church, originally Anglican, of 1872-5 in an exuberant, High Victorian thirteenth century style by the little-known W.... Read More

Reading – St James

Church of 1837-40 and important as an early work by A.W.N. Pugin, the hugely influential promoter of the Gothic... Read More

Reading – St William of York

Modest church built to meet the needs of Catholics in the southern and eastern suburbs of Reading. It was built... Read More

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