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.

Heywood – St Joseph

A brick Basilican Romanesque design of the early twentieth century by Oswald Hill, with an austerely handsome arched... Read More

Higher Blackley, Manchester – St Clare

A striking example of post-war church design built for the Franciscans, combining original modern forms and references... Read More

Higher Openshaw – St Anne

A striking church of some quality, and a local landmark. The west end is a simpler version of that of E. W. Pugin’s... Read More

Hollinwood – Holy Family

A typical example of a post-war church built to serve a growing residential suburb; it retains some attractive... Read More

Hollinwood – Holy Rosary

A modest 1950s church built to serve a post-war estate, arranged conventionally.  The long and simple interior has... Read More

Hollinwoos – Corpus Christ

A well-detailed design, very conservative for its date, with an intact set of fittings. With the presbytery it forms... Read More

Horwich – St Mary

An imposing design of 1905-6, built for this burgeoning railway town by architects Randolph & Holt. The church is set... Read More

Huncoat – Our Lady’s Chapel

A small functional chapel built in 1931 on the outskirts of Huncoat village. A west porch was added later; this has... Read More

Hurst Green – St Joseph

The chapel is a modest nineteenth century stone building of no particular architectural significance, but making a... Read More

Irlam – St Joseph the Worker

A utilitarian structure of the 1960s, built as a dual-purpose church and parish hall. Irlam was an undeveloped... Read More

Irlam – St Teresa of Avila

A church of some architectural character built through the patronage of the de Trafford family. It is little altered... Read More

Kearsley – St John Fisher

An unusual combination of a small parish church and a modern pilgrimage shrine, with split ownership but a shared... Read More

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