The Diocese of Salford has 184 churches (as of 2014). The cathedral is in Salford and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Salford is a relatively small geographical area in the north west of England, extending to the north into Lancashire, west towards Liverpool, south towards northern Cheshire and east towards the Pennines.

Samlesbury – St Mary and St John

A simple and evocative chapel and attached presbytery, typical of those built in the Northern District between the... Read More

Shaw – St Joseph

A modest design of the 1980s, replacing and incorporating furnishings from the predecessor church of 1896. The most... Read More

St Malachy – Manchester

A typical church design of the 1970s, with a roof funnel and clerestory lighting. The exterior has some presence,... Read More

St Rochdale – Gabriel and the Angels

A simple early twentieth century structure originally built as a cinema and adapted as a church in the early 1950s. ... Read More

Stockport – St Joseph

A late nineteenth century design by Herbert Tijou, transformed by a fairly imaginative remodelling by Reynolds & Scott... Read More

Stockport – St Mary

  St Mary’s was designed by Pugin & Pugin and exhibits an obvious debt to the architecture of E. W.... Read More

Stockport – St Winifrid

A building of relatively simple yet monumental design recalling Art Deco-inspired architecture of the interwar years.... Read More

Stonyhurst – St Peter

A major work of the Gothic Revival, entering its ‘archaeological’ phase. The building is an expression of Catholic... Read More

Stretford – St Anne

An interesting and important design by E. W. Pugin, deploying favoured motifs to impressive effect. The church was... Read More

Stretford – St Hugh of Lincoln

A good example of an innovative church design of about the time of the Second Vatican Council, on a fan-shaped plan... Read More

Swinton – St Charles

A modest church of mid-twentieth century date without strong architectural pretensions. The township of Swinton... Read More

Swinton – St Mary of the Immaculate Conception

An ambitious design built about the time of the Second Vatican Council, with an unusual arrangement of double naves... Read More

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