|St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin|
|Denomination||Church of Ireland|
Whats the difference between Irish and Roman Catholic?
Irish Catholics are members of the Catholic Church living in, or who are from, Ireland. It is often also applied to their descendants as long as they keep some kind of Irish identity. Roman Catholics are members of the Catholic Church living in, or who are from, the city or the local Church (diocese) of Rome.
What race is the Irish?
Irish is an ethnicity and nationality. National Irish people are born in either Éire (Republic of Ireland) or Northern Ireland, United Kingdom or acquire citizenship at a later date. Ethnic Irish come mostly from America, the Isle of Ireland and the UK.