This Roman Catholic church is situated in Clarence Street and was built in 1854-57 to replace an earlier chapel which had been built on the same site in 1810. It was used mainly by refugees from the French Revolution.
The building was designed by Charles Hansom.
The church, facing St James Square, is opposite the Christadelphian Hall.
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