How Many Dioceses Are There in England and Wales?

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There are 44 dioceses which are divided into parishes and in addition to these, there are two dioceses covering England and Wales for specific groups which are the Bishopric of the Forces and the Apostolic Exarchate for Ukrainians. The Church in England and Wales has five provinces: Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool, Southwark and Westminster.
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A diocese is the geographical area which falls under the administration of a bishop. There are 22 dioceses in England and Wales which have had cathedral status since medieval times.
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