Building    From 1820  To 1899

St Mary Moorfields

Categories: Religion

Catholic church built by architect John Newman in 1820. Replaced in 1902 by the church of the same name in the north section of Eldon Street.

From the church's website: "As the permanent seat of the Vicar Apostolic, it served as Cardinal Wiseman's pro-cathedral 1852 - 1870."

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St Mary Moorfields

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St Mary Moorfields

Site of St Mary Moorfields, Pro Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church 1852 -...

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Revd. Thomas Rose

Revd. Thomas Rose

Tortured and exiled for his Protestant beliefs. Chaplain to the Earl of Essex and vicar of West Ham, 1551 - 1563. Although not a martyr he was tortured & exiled for preaching against auricular ...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Diocese of Sourozh

Diocese of Sourozh

The Russian Orthodox Great Britain and Ireland diocese. The Archbishop is known as Metropolitan, the first being Metropolitan Anthony who held the post until his death.

Concept, Religion, Russia

1 memorial
Baptist Union

Baptist Union

One of the branches of Protestant Christianity. Modern Baptist churches trace their history to the English Separatist movement in the 1600s. Not to be confused with the Old Baptist Union.

Group, Religion

1 memorial
Cosmo Gordon Lang Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Lang

Cosmo Gordon Lang Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Lang

Born in the Fyvie Manse, Aberdeen.  Archbishop of Canterbury, 1928-1942, during which he played a key role in the 1936 crisis surrounding the abdication of King Edward VIII, going on to crown Georg...

Person, Religion, Scotland

1 memorial