The Archdiocese of Liverpool covers the city itself and the surrounding areas including Wigan, St Helens, Southport and the Isle of Man.

The Archbishop is the Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon. He is assisted by an auxiliary Bishop, the Right Reverend Tom Williams.

Here you can read a short biography of the auxiliary Bishop and find out more about the iconic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King that stands at one end of Hope Street with the Anglican cathedral at the other.

You can also visit the Archdiocese of Liverpool's website.


McMahon, Malcolm

The Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon is the Archbishop of Liverpool. Born in London in June 1949, he joined the Order of Preachers, Dominicans, in 1976 and made...Read more


Williams, Tom

The Right Reverend Tom Williams is an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Liverpool. Born in Liverpool in February 1948, Bishop Williams was ordained to...Read more

Mother Church


Architects throughout the world were invited in 1960 to design a Cathedral for Liverpool which would relate to the existing Crypt, be capable of construction...Read more


Contact the Archdiocese

LACE, Croxteth Drive, Liverpool, L17 1AA

0151 522 1000