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Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough

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Diocese of Middlesbrough
Dioecesis Medioburgensis
Diocese of Middlesbrough.png
Coat of arms of the Bishop Drainey
Location
CountryEngland
TerritoryCounties of North Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire together with the City of York
Ecclesiastical provinceLiverpool
MetropolitanArchdiocese of Liverpool
Coordinates54°34′23″N 1°14′17″W / 54.573°N 1.238°W / 54.573; -1.238Coordinates: 54°34′23″N 1°14′17″W / 54.573°N 1.238°W / 54.573; -1.238
Statistics
Area4,000 km2 (1,500 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2013)
1,188,000
89,100 (7.5%)
Parishes70
Information
DenominationRoman Catholic
RiteLatin Rite
Established20 December 1878
CathedralMiddlesbrough Cathedral
Secular priests93
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopTerence Patrick Drainey
Metropolitan ArchbishopMalcolm McMahon
Emeritus BishopsJohn Patrick Crowley
Map
Diocese of Middlesbrough
Diocese of Middlesbrough
Website
middlesbrough-diocese.org.uk

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough is a Latin Rite Roman Catholic diocese based in Middlesbrough, England and is part of the province of Liverpool. It was founded on 20 December 1878, with the splitting of the Diocese of Beverley which had covered all of Yorkshire. The modern day Middlesbrough diocese covers an area of 4,000 km² in North Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire, together with the City of York. The Bishop's See is in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, at St Mary's Cathedral.

History[edit]

The diocese was created on 20 December 1878, when the then Diocese of Beverley, which covered the whole of Yorkshire, was divided into the Diocese of Middlesbrough, covering the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire and those parishes in the City of York to the north of the River Ouse, and the Diocese of Leeds, covering the West Riding of Yorkshire and those parishes in the City of York to the south of the River Ouse. In 1982 the two York parishes south of the River Ouse were ceded to the Diocese of Middlesbrough to unite the City of York under one bishop. The parish of Howden was transferred from Middlesbrough to the Leeds diocese in 2004.

Bishop[edit]

The Bishop of Middlesbrough is Terence Patrick Drainey. He was ordained as the 7th Bishop of Middlesbrough on 25 January 2008, replacing the Right Reverend John Patrick Crowley.

Parishes[edit]

Below is a list of the parishes and churches which fall within the Diocese of Middlesbrough, these are presented within the local vicariates:[1]

Northern Vicariate[edit]

Patrons: Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Romuald, Bede and Luke Kirby

St Mary's Cathedral, Coulby NewhamSacred Heart and St Patrick, Middlesbrough • St Joseph, Middlesbrough • St Thomas More, Middlesbrough • Holy Name of Mary, Middlesbrough • St Francis of Assisi, Middlesbrough • St Alphonsus, North Ormesby • St Gabriel, Ormesby • Corpus Christi, Middlesbrough • St Clare of Assisi, Middlesbrough • St Andrew's Parish, Teesville • St Pius X, Middlesbrough • St Bernadette's, Nunthorpe • St Joseph, Stokesley • St Mary, Crathorne • St Thérèse of Lisieux, Ingleby Barwick • St Patrick, Thornaby • Christ the King, Thornaby • Ss Mary and Romuald, Yarm • Our Lady of Mount Grace, Osmotherley • Sacred Heart, Redcar • St Augustine, Redcar • St Bede, Marske-by-the-Sea • Our Lady of Lourdes, Saltburn • St Anthony of Padua, Brotton • St Paulinus, Guisborough • Ss Joseph & Cuthbert, Loftus • Sacred Heart, Northallerton • Ss Mary & Joseph, Bedale • All Saints, Thirsk • Ss Joseph & Francis Xavier, Richmond • Ss Peter & Paul, Leyburn • St Mary's, Wycliffe • Ss Simon and Jude, Ulshaw Bridge • St Bede, Catterick • Hawes • St Joan of Arc, Catterick Garrison • St Margaret Clitherow, Great Ayton

Central Vicariate[edit]

Patron: St Hilda

St Wilfrid's YorkSt George's York • St Joseph, York • St Aelred, York • English Martyrs York • Our Lady, York • St Paulinus, York • St Joseph, Green Hammerton • St Margaret Clitherow, Haxby • University Chaplaincy Centre, York • Shrine of St Margaret Clitherow, York • St Bede's Pastoral Centre, York • Ss Mary & Everilda, Everingham • St Hilda (English Martyrs Sleights), Whitby • St Hedda, Egton Bridge • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Lealholm • St Anne, Ugthorpe • Our Lady Star of the Sea, Staithes • St Edward the Confessor, Scarborough • St Joseph, Newby • St George's, Scarborough • St Peter's, Scarborough • St Mary, Filey • Ss Leonard & Mary, Malton • St Joseph, Pickering • St Laurence’s Abbey, Ampleforth • Our Lady and St Benedict, Ampleforth • Our Lady and the Holy Angels, Gilling East • St Aidan, Oswaldkirk • St Mary, Helmsley • St John the Evangelist, Easingwold • St Chad, Kirkbymoorside

Southern Vicariate[edit]

Patrons: Everilda and Willibrord

Ss Mary and Joseph, Pocklington • St John of Beverley, Beverley • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Market Weighton • St John the Baptist, Holme-on-Spalding Moor • Our Lady & St Peter, Bridlington • Our Lady & St Edward, Driffield • Holy Cross, Cottingham • St Anthony and Our Lady of Mercy, Hull • Our Lady of Lourdes and St. Peter Chanel, Hull • St Charles Borromeo, Hull • St Joseph, Hull • Holy Name, Hull (closed c.2012) • St Vincent De Paul, Hull • Corpus Christi, Hull • St Wilfrid, Hull • Our Lady of Lourdes, Hessle • St Willibrord University Chaplaincy, Hull • Sacred Heart, Hull • St Bede, Hull • St Stephen, Hull • St Francis of Assisi, Hull • St Mary, Queen of Martyrs, Hull • Ss Mary & Joseph, Hedon • Sacred Heart, Hornsea • Ss Peter & John Fisher, Withernsea • Most Holy Sacrament, Marton

References[edit]

  1. ^ Catholic directory, retrieved 16 February 2015

External links[edit]

  • Official Site
  • Diocesan Vocations Website
  • GCatholic.org
  • Wikisource-logo.svg Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Diocese of Middlesbrough". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company.