Ireland: bigger, older, less Catholic

Ireland: Bigger, Older, Less Catholic

A visitor prays during mass at a Roman Catholic church in Knock, Ireland, in 2010. (Cathal McNaughton/Reuters) Ireland’s 2022 census figures are out and show a …
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New census figures indicate that the proportion of people identifying as Catholic in Ireland fell by 10% between 2016 and 2022
There is a very large proportion of immigrants not catholic. The number on non-practising has ballooned for sure though.