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.

Southampton – St Boniface

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

Southampton – St Edmund

A good later Victorian town church of lofty proportions and well detailed, with high quality fittings. J. William... Read More

Southampton – St Joseph

Located in the heart of the old town, St Joseph’s is important as the first and mother Catholic Church of... Read More

St Helier, Jersey – St Thomas

The principal Catholic church in Jersey, and one of the finest in the diocese. Built of Brittany granite in the French... Read More

St Martin – Our Lady of the Annunciation and the Martyrs of Japan

The oldest surviving purpose-built Catholic church on the Island. Granite-built structure of 1863, in thirteenth... Read More

St Peter – St Matthew

Imposing granite church of 1872, in French thirteenth century Gothic style by Frangeul, architect of St Thomas’... Read More

St Peter Port – Notre Dame du Rosaire

Post-War church with a distinctive roofline, tower and spire and some good furnishings, occupying a prominent and... Read More

St Peter Port – St Joseph and St Mary

The Church of St Joseph and St Mary is one of Guernsey’s most architecturally and historically important churches,... Read More

St Sampson – Our Lady Star of the Sea

The church is a simple but attractive and well-built late nineteenth century Gothic church. Together with the former... Read More

St Thomas More – North Hinksey

This is a simple but attractive converted garage in the garden of a fine Edwardian house. Its primary interest lies in... Read More

St Thomas of Canterbury – Cowes

Late-eighteenth century church and attached presbytery, built by the Rev Thomas Gabb and paid for by Elizabeth... Read More

Tadley – SS Peter and Paul

The church occupies a former village hall. It is designed in the Queen Anne style much favoured in the late 1880s, of... Read More

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