St Saviour's Catholic Church
St Saviour's Catholic Church in Broadway is a celebrated place of Catholic worship that has roots dating back to 1826, when President-General of the English Benedictines, Dom John Augustine Birdsall decided to buy land in Broadway to build a chapel and a Catholic public school. He first said Mass in Broadway in 1826 and during January in 1831, Dom Birdsall oversaw the completion of his new chapel. The following year Mass took place for the first time in St Saviour's church. His tomb can be found next to the chapel in the churchyard on Leamington Road.
At present, Fr. Christopher Draycott is the Parish priest of Broadway catholic church. The parish is served by the Archdiocese of Birmingham, led by Archbishop Bernard Longley. The church welcomes anyone wishing to attend the Vigil Mass on Saturday evenings from 6pm or the morning Mass on Sundays at 10am in Broadway.