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The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary and Saint Boniface in Plymouth, England is the seat of the Bishop of Plymouth and mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plymouth, which covers the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset. The Diocese of Plymouth was created in 1850, but it has a Pro-cathedral, Saint Mary. In 1858 the Cathedral was built merging the Church of Saint Mary and the Church of Saint Boniface.

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