Our Lady and St Wilfrid's Church, Warwick Bridge
|Our Lady and St Wilfrid's Church|
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|Location||Warwick Bridge, Cumbria|
|Heritage designation||Grade II*|
|Designated||1 April 1957|
|Architect(s)||Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin|
|Parish||Our Lady of Eden|
Our Lady and St Wilfrid's Church is a Roman Catholic church designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, completed in 1841. The church was designed for the Sarum Rite, and contains an Easter Sepulchre.
The church, designed by Augustus Pugin was built for a sum total of £2,586. The designs were originally commissioned by Henry Howard of nearby Corby Castle, and included plans for a presbytery and grounds.
The church contains statues of Our Lady of Lourdes and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, as well as a mounted Infant of Prague. There is also a reliquary containing the relics of Saint Petronia which came to the parish from Cardinal Merry del Val via the Maxwell-Stuart family and the Benedictine nuns of Holme Eden Abbey.
Previously served by the Benedictines of Ampleforth Abbey, the church was sistered with St Ninian's Chapel in Brampton. Together with Our Lady and St Joseph's in Carlisle and St Ninian's, the church now forms part of the parish of Our Lady of Eden, which was established in February 2014. The parish is part of the Diocese of Lancaster.
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- Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
- Roman Catholic Diocese of Lancaster