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Province of Cardiff

This is a list of the Roman Catholic dioceses in England and Wales.

Episcopal Conference of England and Wales

Ecclesiastical province of Birmingham

Diocese Cathedral Founded
Archdiocese of Birmingham St. Chad's Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Clifton Clifton Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Shrewsbury Shrewsbury Cathedral 1850
Map of the Ecclesiastical province of Birmingham

Ecclesiastical province of Cardiff

Diocese Cathedral Founded
Archdiocese of Cardiff Cardiff Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Menevia Swansea Cathedral 1898
Diocese of Wrexham Wrexham Cathedral 1987
Map of the Ecclesiastical province of Cardiff

Ecclesiastical province of Liverpool

Diocese Cathedral Founded
Archdiocese of Liverpool Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Hallam Cathedral Church of St Marie 1980
Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle St Mary's Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Lancaster Lancaster Cathedral 1924
Diocese of Leeds Leeds Cathedral 1878
Diocese of Middlesbrough Middlesbrough Cathedral 1878
Diocese of Salford Salford Cathedral 1850
Map of the Ecclesiastical province of Liverpool

Ecclesiastical province of Southwark

Diocese Cathedral Founded
Archdiocese of Southwark St George's Cathedral 1851
Diocese of Arundel and Brighton Arundel Cathedral 1965
Diocese of Plymouth Plymouth Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Portsmouth Cathedral of St John the Evangelist 1882
Map of the Ecclesiastical province of Southwark

Ecclesiastical province of Westminster

Diocese Cathedral Founded
Archdiocese of Westminster Westminster Cathedral 1622
Diocese of Brentwood Brentwood Cathedral 1917
Diocese of East Anglia St John the Baptist Cathedral 1976
Diocese of Northampton Northampton Cathedral 1850
Diocese of Nottingham Nottingham Cathedral 1850
Map of the Ecclesiastical province of Westminster

See also

External links

  • Catholic-Hierarchy entry.
  • Giga-Catholic Information.
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