Post-Reformation Roman Catholic
|Clifton, Bristol||Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Apostles||1850–1973||Roman Catholic pro-cathedral replaced by Clifton Cathedral
|51°27′23″N 2°36′35″W / 51.456297°N 2.609720°W / 51.456297; -2.609720|
|Hereford, Herefordshire||Abbey Church of St Michael and All Angels||1859–1920||Roman Catholic pro-cathedral, (now Belmont Abbey). The see was translated to St David’s Metropolitan Cathedral Cardiff||52°02′22″N 2°45′23″W / 52.03932°N 2.756412°W / 52.03932; -2.756412 (Belmont Abbey)|
|Kensington, London||Our Lady of Victories Church||1867–1903||It was the pro-cathedral for nearly thirty-six years until Westminster Cathedral in London was opened in 1903||51°29′57″N 0°11′52″W / 51.499038°N 0.197657°W / 51.499038; -0.197657|
|Liverpool, Merseyside||Pro-Cathedral of St. Nicholas||1850–1967||Built in 1813, it was replaced by Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral in 1967. It was then a parish church for the Archdiocese of Liverpool until its demolition in 1973||53°24′25″N 2°58′30″W / 53.407°N 2.975°W / 53.407; -2.975|
|Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire||Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Apostles||1878–1983||It was a Pro-Cathedral until the Roman Catholic see was translated to Coulby Newham in 1983;
Former site redeveloped following the demolition of the building after damage from an arson attack on 30 May 2000
|54°34′48″N 1°14′13″W / 54.580127°N 1.236844°W / 54.580127; -1.236844|
|Southwark, London||Archbishop Amigo Jubilee Hall||1942–1958||Served as a Pro-cathedral during the rebuilding of the adjacent cathedral following destruction during World War II||51°27′23″N 2°36′35″W / 51.456297°N 2.609720°W / 51.456297; -2.609720 (Archbishop Amigo Jubilee Hall (former pro-cathedral))|
|York, North Yorkshire||St. George's Church||1850–1864||It served as a pro-catheral for the Diocese of Beverley until the construction of St. Wilfrid's in York.||53°57′18″N 1°04′33″W / 53.9550°N 1.0758°W / 53.9550; -1.0758|
|York, North Yorkshire||St Wilfrid's Church||1864–1878||Both churches served as consecutive pro-cathedrals for the Diocese of Beverley until it split in 1878 into the Diocese of Leeds and the Diocese of Middlesbrough||53°57′43″N 1°05′05″W / 53.961900°N 1.084700°W / 53.961900; -1.084700|
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—Missal, The. The Ordinary of the Mass.
Missal is book of prayers and rites used to celebrate the Roman Catholic mass during the year.
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