St Francis Xaviers Church in Hereford is close to Hereford Cathedral and well worth a visit. Originally built in the 1830s and renovated in the 1990s. Unfortunately, like a lot of chuches it is not always completely open, but you are usually able to view from the narthex. To the right of the high altar which is a replica of one in Rome, you will see a glass casket which holds the hand of St John Kemble who was hanged drawn and quartered on Widemarsh Common Hereford  aged 80. The stations of the cross which are on the walls are replicas of those made for show at the 1851 Great Exhibition. Mass is at 6pm on Saturday eves so if you want to see it in its glory have a look in before then.