The Archdiocese of Westminster has 215 churches (as of 2013). The cathedral is in London and is dedicated to the Precious Blood. The Diocese of Westminster was founded on 29 September 1850. The diocese covers the Greater London boroughs north of the Thames and west of Waltham Forest and Newham, plus the districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames, and the county of Hertfordshire.

Harefield – St Paul

An economically built mid-1960s church originally built as a dual-purpose church and hall, with later additions. The... Read More

Harpenden – Our Lady of Lourdes

A late, refined essay in Perpendicular Gothic by the prolific Catholic architect F. A. Walters. The tower is in the... Read More

Harrow North – St John Fisher

The last church in the diocese by T. H. B. Scott, built in his hallmark plain Romanesque manner just before the onset... Read More

Harrow on the Hill – Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury

An unpretentious but effective design by Arthur Young in fourteenth-century style, the first of a handful of English... Read More

Harrow Road – Our Lady of Lourdes and St Vincent de Paul

A plain modern church, built as part of an integrated complex of social centre and presbytery. The rather forbidding... Read More

Harrow South – St Gabriel

A modern (2002) rectangular church with a pyramidal roof, forming part of a parish complex. The mission was... Read More

Hatfield (Welham Green) – St Thomas More

A modest structure of the early 1960s, intended as the hall to a future parish church, but which has remained a chapel... Read More

Hatfield South – St Peter

A large church built for the post-war New Town and for workers in the nearby aerospace industry. The building was... Read More

Haverstock Hill – St Dominic

A very large and fine Gothic church, one of the first in England to be built by the revived Dominican Order. Its... Read More

Hayes – The Immaculate Heart of Mary

A large suburban church, built in the early 1960s, the plan conventionally longitudinal but the details entirely of... Read More

Headstone Lane – St Theresa of the Child Jesus

An unassuming but attractive brick church of the 1950s, in the Romanesque basilican manner.  The Cedars housing... Read More

Heart of Jesus – Kilburn – Sacred Heart of Jesus

A large Gothic church, built to serve the mainly Irish Catholic congregation of Kilburn. It was built in two main... Read More

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