St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Clapham
|St Mary's, Clapham|
|Our Immaculate Lady of Victories|
|Location||Clapham Park Road in Clapham, South London|
|Dedication||Our Immaculate Lady of Victories|
|Dedicated||14 May 1851 by Cardinal Nicholas Wiseman|
|Associated people||Bishop Ralph Heskett
(former parish priest)
|Heritage designation||Grade II*-listed|
|Designated||8 February 1979|
|Architectural type||Gothic Revival|
|Years built||1849 – 1851|
|Priest(s)||Fr Richard Reid CSsR|
St Mary's Church, Clapham, officially Our Immaculate Lady of Victories, is a Grade II*-listed Roman Catholic church on Clapham Park Road in Clapham, South London, England run by the London province of the Redemptorist Congregation within the Archdiocese of Southwark. The church is located on the corner of Clapham Common, near Clapham Common tube station.
Founded by Bishop (later Cardinal) Nicholas Wiseman, the foundation stone of the current church of St Mary’s was laid in 1849. Designed in a Gothic Revival style by William Wardell, the building was completed during 1851 and blessed by Cardinal Wiseman on 14 May 1851. On 8 February 1979 the church was listed on the National Heritage List for England.
- Rt. Rev. Ralph Heskett, Bishops Conference, 2 October 2013
- "History of the Parish". St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Clapham. Retrieved 18 October 2017.
- Historic England. "Roman Catholic Church of St Mary (Church of the Redemptionist Fathers) (Grade II*) (1358240)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 18 October 2017.
- Media related to St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Clapham at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Clapham
- Official website of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School, Clapham
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