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diocese of Coventry


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Coventry, diocese of

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Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry

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GREEN, John (born 1953), Archdeacon of Coventry, and Archdeacon Pastor, Diocese of Coventry, since 2012; Associate Minister, St Mary Magdalen’s, Coventry, since 2014

RODHAM, Morris (born 1959), Archdeacon of Warwick, and Archdeacon Missioner, Diocese of Coventry, since 2010

SHAW, Charles Allan (1927 - 1989), Rector of Alcester with Arrow, Diocese of Coventry, since 1984

EVANS, David Richard John (born 1938), an Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Coventry, since 2003

EAGLES, Charles Frederick (1851 - 1931), Vicar of Coughton since 1889; Rural Dean of Alcester, 1907; Canon of St Michael’s, Coventry, 1912; Surrogate, Diocese Coventry, 1918; Commissioner of Taxes, Worcestershire

McKIE, John David (1909 - 1994), Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Coventry, 1960–80; Vicar of Great and Little Packington, 1966–80

The Last Generation of English Catholic Clergy: Parish Priests in the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield in the Early Sixteenth Century Tim Cooper

DUGDALE, John Stratford (1835 - 1920), KC 1882; Recorder of Birmingham since 1877, and Chancellor since 1905; Chancellor of Diocese of Worcester; Chancellor of Diocese of Coventry; Chairman of Warwickshire Quarter Sessions since 1883; Chairman of Warwickshire County Council from its commencement till 1919

BANKES, Ralph George Scott (1900 - 1948), Chancellor of Diocese of Blackburn since 1935, of Manchester since 1935, of Coventry since 1937, and of Durham since 1940

BLYTH, Thomas Allen (1844 - 1913), Editor of the Worcester Diocesan Calendar, 1889; Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1898; Vicar, 1884, and Rector, 1907, of Stoke-in-Coventry; Chaplain of Coventry Union from 1887; Examining Chaplain and Commissary to Archbishop of Ottawa; Commissary to Bishops of Niagara from 1890; Surrogate Diocese of Worcester from 1900, etc

BARRINGTON-WARD, Simon (born 1930), Bishop of Coventry, 1985–97; Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Ely, since 1998; Prelate of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George, 1989–2005

 

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The modern see, created in 1918, is roughly conterminous with Warwickshire. In Anglo‐Saxon and early Norman times the Mercian church had been centred on Lichfield, then on Chester, and eventually, after 1102, on Coventry abbey. In 1836 Coventry and its neighbourhood were put under Worcester, but the massive increase in population in the midlands necessitated the foundation of the Birmingham diocese in 1905 and Coventry in 1918. St Michael's parish church served as the cathedral, until it was destroyed by bombing in 1940. The new cathedral, designed by Basil Spence, is dominated by the great tapestry of Christ in Glory by Graham Sutherland.

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