Diocese of

Arundel and Brighton

England England

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Continent: West Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Arundel and Brighton (English) / Arundelien(sis)–Brichtelmestunen(sis) (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: Southwark

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

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Celebrations

Patron Saint: Our Lady (August 15), Saint Philip Howard (October 19)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: July 1 (1873)

Liturgical Calendar (National) 📅

History

Contact Info

Address: Bishop’s House, The Upper Drive, Hove, East Sussex BN3 6NB, England

Phone: (01273)506.387

Present Prelates

Bishop (2015.03.21 – ...):Bishop Charles Phillip Richard Moth (65)Bishop Charles Phillip Richard Moth (65)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Arundel and Brighton (Roman Rite)

Bishop Charles Phillip Richard Moth (65)Bishop Charles Phillip Richard Moth (65)
(2015.03.21 – ...)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England)

Pax et gaudium in Domino

Born:1958.07.08 (Chingola, Zambia)
Ordained Priest:1982.07.03
Consecrated Bishop:2009.09.29

Priest of Southwark (England) (1982.07.03 – 2009.07.25)

Military Ordinary of Great Britain (England) (2009.07.25 – 2015.03.21)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (2015.03.21 – ...)

Archbishop Peter David Gregory Smith
(Apostolic Administrator 2010.10.04 – 2015.03.21)

Bishop Kieran Thomas Conry (74)Bishop Kieran Thomas Conry (74)
(2001.05.08 – 2014.10.04)

Bishop emeritus of Arundel and Brighton (England)

Parate viam Domini

Born:1950.02.01 (Coventry, England)
Ordained Priest:1975.07.19
Consecrated Bishop:2001.06.09

Priest of Birmingham (England) (1975.07.19 – 2001.05.08)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (2001.05.08 – 2014.10.04)

Bishop Cormac Murphy-O’Connor (later Cardinal)
(1977.11.17 – 2000.02.15)

Gaudium et spes

Born:1932.08.24 (Reading, England)
Ordained Priest:1956.10.28
Consecrated Bishop:1977.12.21
Created Cardinal:2001.02.21
Died:2017.09.01 (London, England † 85)

Priest of Portsmouth (England) (1956.10.28 – 1977.11.17)

Prelate of Honour of His Holiness (1972.03.10 – 1977.11.17)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (1977.11.17 – 2000.02.15)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Westminster (England) (2000.02.15 – 2009.04.03)

President of Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales (2000.11 – 2009.04.30)

Vice-President of Council of European Bishops’ Conferences (2001 – 2006.10.08)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria sopra Minerva (2001.02.21 [2001.10.20] – 2017.09.01)

Secretary of “Vox Clara” Committee (2002.04 – 2011.02.03)

Bishop Michael George Bowen (later Archbishop)
(1971.03.14 – 1977.03.28)

Born:1930.04.23 (Gibraltar)
Ordained Priest:1958.07.06
Consecrated Bishop:1970.06.27
Died:2019.10.17 (London, England † 89)

Titular Bishop of Lamsorti (1970.05.18 – 1971.03.14)

Coadjutor Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (1970.05.18 – 1971.03.14)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (1971.03.14 – 1977.03.28)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Southwark (England) (1977.03.28 – 2003.11.06)

Bishop David John Cashman
(1965.06.14 – 1971.03.14)

Quis ut Deus

Born:1912.12.27 (England)
Ordained Priest:1938.12.24
Consecrated Bishop:1958.05.27
Died:1971.03.14 († 58)

Titular Bishop of Cantanus (1958.03.25 – 1965.06.14)

Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster (England) (1958.03.25 – 1965.06.14)

Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (England) (1965.06.14 – 1971.03.14)

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Churches by City (136)

Portsmouth (←), Westminster (↑), Southwark (↗)

Statistics (2022.12.31)

Area: 4,998 km²

Population: 181,600 Catholics (5.4% of 3,369,600 total)

Pastoral Centres: 96 parishes

Personnel: 180 priests (116 diocesan, 64 religious), 44 deacons, 306 religious (103 brothers, 203 sisters), 5 seminarians

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