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The Catholic parish church of St Thomas of Canterbury is located near Christ Church Cathedral in a busy part of the city. St. Thomas’ is part of the Archdiocese of Southwark which takes in the local authorities covering South London, the County of Kent, and the Medway Unitary Authority. It plays an active role in Canterbury Christians Together and has good links with the local Anglican Cathedral.
The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury was built in 1874/75 and was opened on Tuesday, 13th April 1875, with Cardinal Manning preaching the first sermon. The architect was John Green Hall, a local man who had designed other churches in Canterbury.