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Bishop’s House
Sontley Road
Wrexham
LL13 7EW

01978 262726

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Wrexham

The Diocese of Wrexham covers North Wales - the areas surrounding Caernarfon, Colwyn Bay, Dolgellau, Flint, Rhyl and of course, Wrexham.

The diocese was established by a decree of Pope Saint John Paul II on 12 February 1987 from territory taken from the Diocese of Menevia.

The Bishop of Wrexham is the Right Reverend Peter Brignall.

You can read our short profile of Bishop Brignall in our Diocesan Bishops section.

You can also find out more about the Cathedral Church of Our Lady of Sorrows in the town. The Cathedral was built as a Parish Church in 1857 at the height of the Gothic Revival and, like a number of 19th century Catholic Cathedrals, was designed by Edward Pugin.

Website

You can also visit the Diocese of Wrexham‘s website.

Contact

Bishop’s House
Sontley Road
Wrexham
LL13 7EW

01978 262726

Cathedral Church of Our Lady of Sorrows

The Cathedral Church of Our Lady of Sorrows known as Wrexham Cathedral is in Wrexham, North Wales.