List of Former Cathedrals in The United Kingdom - Isle of Man

Isle of Man

Although the Isle of Man is not in the United Kingdom politically, it is ecclesiastically. The Anglican Diocese of Sodor and Man is in the Province of York and in the Roman Catholic church, it is in the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

Location Image Name Dates Notes Coordinates
Douglas St George's Church 1882-1980 Pro-cathedral (acting cathedral), now a parish church 54°08′58″N 4°29′00″W / 54.149379°N 4.483318°W / 54.149379; -4.483318
Kirk Michael The Chapel of Bishopscourt Palace Prior to 1980 Bishop's seat
Peel St Germans' Cathedral, Peel Castle 447–1882 Ruin on St Patrick’s Isle, replaced by parish church 54°13′35.22″N 4°41′56.76″W / 54.2264500°N 4.6991000°W / 54.2264500; -4.6991000

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