The Archdiocese of Westminster was founded on 29 September 1850. It covers the Greater London boroughs north of the Thames and west of Waltham Forest and Newham, as well as the districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames, and the county of Hertfordshire.The cathedral is in Victoria, London, and is dedicated to the Precious Blood. 216 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2013).

Cockfosters – Christ the King

The church forms part of a modernist monastery complex begun in 1940 by Dom Constantine Bosschaerts, a pioneer of... Read More

Commercial Road – St Mary and St Michael

A large Gothic Revival church built from designs by William Wardell to serve the East End, and the successor to the... Read More

Covent Garden (Maiden Lane) – Corpus Christi

A robust design of the 1870s in Early English Gothic style, Frederick Hyde Pownall’s last, which cleverly overcomes... Read More

Cranford – Our Lady and St Christopher

A church of 1970 by the noted post-war Catholic architect Gerard Goalen. The building embodies mainstream... Read More

Cricklewood – St Agnes

A 1930 design in a stripped Romanesque manner typical of the church designs of T. H. B. Scott, with a handsome and... Read More

Croxley Green – St Bede

A small, economically-built brick church dating from the 1950s, with a short 1960s extension with spirelet. The... Read More

Cuffley – St Martin de Porres

A simple prefabricated structure of the 1960s, built for the Westminster Travelling Mission. The church was built... Read More

Dollis Hill – St Mary and St Andrew

A compact Italianate church of the 1930s, with a hall beneath.  The richly-decorated architectural volumes are more... Read More

Ealing – Abbey Church of St Benedict

Built in stages from 1899, this is a very large, imposing church as befits its abbey status (the first in Greater... Read More

Ealing – Our Lady Mother of the Church

A substantial, mid-Victorian Gothic Revival ragstone church, built originally for Methodist use and acquired for use... Read More

Eastcote – St Thomas More

A functional building of the 1970s embodying the principles of Vatican II and providing a welcoming worship... Read More

Edgware – St Anthony of Padua

An early twentieth-century church designed originally in a Free Perpendicular Gothic which now has a mixed character... Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 18