In 2001, 158,457 people in the local authority area (71 per cent) stated
their religion as Christian, 44,286 (20 per cent) no religion, 16,800 (7.5 per
cent) did not state a religion and 2,167 were Muslim. There are small
communities of other religions, each making up a little under 1 per cent of the
Swansea is part of the Anglican Diocese of Swansea and Brecon and the Roman
Catholic Diocese of Menevia. The Catholic see is based in Swansea at St.
Joseph's Cathedral in the Greenhill area. Swansea, like Wales in general, has
seen many Non-conformist religious revivals. In 1904, Evan Roberts, a