Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, PortsmouthEdit profile
Coordinates: 50°48′1″N 1°5′39″W / 50.80028°N 1.09417°W / 50.80028; -1.09417
The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Portsmouth, England. It is the mother church of the Portsmouth Diocese and seat of the Bishop of Portsmouth, currently the Right Reverend Crispian Hollis. It was was dedicated on 10 August 1892.
The cathedral is one of two cathedral churches in the city, the other being the Church of England Cathedral of St Thomas of Canterbury which is located about one mile to the south.Diocese
The diocese is within the Metropolitan Province of Southwark. It includes the whole of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, and the Channel Islands, and also parts of Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Dorset, stretching from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in the north to the island of Jersey (near the French coast) in the south.