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What is the difference between the Church of Ireland and the Catholic Church?

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2009-10-30 20:10:51
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The Church of Ireland is Protestant, while the Catholic church is Catholic.

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Education is about getting or teaching knowledge. The Catholic Church is a religion. They are completely different things. In Ireland, and other countries, the Catholic Church are involved in running many schools. There are also schools run by other faiths and ones that are not run by any faith in Ireland. The Catholic Church always had a large role in education in Ireland, though that is now not as strong, as other types of schools are available.

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Protestant is a broad term for a number of Christian religions. The Church of Ireland is one of the Protestant Churches in Ireland.

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This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.This was a phrase associated with protestants in Northern Ireland not wanting to be ruled in a united Ireland. As the Republic of Ireland is Catholic and at one time the Catholic church had a lot of influence in Ireland, the Protestants would have seen it as too much influence by the Roman Catholic Church. Because of that, they preferred to be ruled from Britain, which is Protestant.

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there are 2 - the primate is the Archbishop of Armagh, and the other is the Archbishop of Dublin . The Church in Ireland (the Catholic Church) and the Church of Ireland (the Anglican Church) both have two Archbishops, from Wikipedia: At present the Archbishop of Armagh for the Roman Catholic Church is Seán Brady. Alan Harper holds the office in the Church of Ireland. The current Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin is Diarmuid Martin. The current Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin is Michael Jackson.

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I take it that you mean if a member of the Church of Ireland receive Communion in the Catholic Church. Well the Church of Ireland is an branch of the Anglican Church and thereby not in union with the Bishop of Rome, so no, a member of the Church of Ireland cannot receive Communion in the Catholic Church. To receive Communion in the Catholic Church, you are to be Catholic united to Rome and accept the doctrine of transubstantiation in the Eucharist. Now if you are a member of the Catholic Church in the country of Ireland, yes you are allowed to because you are Catholic in that sense, but again, an Anglican member of the Church of Ireland cannot receive Communion unless they convert to Catholicism and accept all teachings taught by the Magisterium concerning the Eucharist..Catholic Answer.It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. Short answer: No, the Church of Ireland is a protestant Church, and is most definitely not in "Communion" with the Catholic Church. The only way that an Anglican (member of the Church of Ireland) may receive Holy Communion in a Catholic Church is to convert. Pope Benedict issued a Motu Proprio several years ago, which allows Anglicans to convert to the Catholic Church and retain their own usages in the Latin Rite, it is call the Anglican usage, see link below.

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