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Nothing, Irish Catholics are Roman Catholics.

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Irish Catholic refers to Roman Catholics from Ireland or of Irish descent.


'Roman Catholic' is the correct term for the brand of Catholicism practiced today. Irish Catholics are (Roman) Catholics who live in predominately Protestant Ireland.


Nothing.. Catholicism is a religion, an Irish Catholic is someone who has roots, family a link with Ireland.


The majority of Irish people are Roman Catholic Christians.


Irish Catholics are as Catholic as anyone else who professes the Catholic Faith. "Differences" might be found in particular devotions, saints and cultural customs that the Irish celebrate, but these are not so much differences as venues of expression.There isn't one. A catholic, is a catholic. Roman catholic is the catholism practised today, but it doesn't mean they're roman. Irish catholics are Roman catholics. American catholics are Roman catholics. Italian catholics are Roman catholics. It doesn't mean they're roman, but rome was where it origiated, that's why the pope lives there.


They were mostly Roman Catholic.


She is Roman Catholic through her Irish ancestry.


Mostly Roman Catholic, I believe.


His paternal grand parents were Irish and Ed was raised as a Roman Catholic, so yes Ed is Catholic !


Roman Catholic AnswerThere is no difference. The Greek Catholic is one of the Eastern Rites in the Church. Perhaps you are confusing the Latin Rite with "Roman". The Latin Rite is the predominate Rite in Europe and the United States, but it is only one Rite within the Roman Church.


No, but probably Roman Catholic, as he's of Irish ancestry.


The motto of Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg is 'Making a difference in the lives of children.'.


no, he is Irish American, Roman catholic, funny question thought


he was roman catholic Born of Irish descent


Roman Catholic AnswerThe conversion of the Irish to Christianity.


The difference between CSI Christians and Roman Catholic Christians is the Holy Rosary, prayer through Mary and baptism.


Roman Catholic AnswerThe question, as asked, makes no sense, as the Catholic religion IS the Christian religion, thus there is no difference.



Neither, he's Jewish. Protestant father and catholic mother....has both British and Irish passports


The only difference is that the Catholic priest do not marry but the Anglican priest do marry


There is no difference between the two as Roman Catholicism is the only form of Catholicism..Catholic AnswerAs noted above, there is no difference. However, Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. .Roman Catholic AnswerThere really isn't a difference. The "Roman" actually started out as a slur against the Church. It comes from the fact that the head of the Catholic Church on earth, the Holy Father, resides in Rome. The word "Catholic" is, nowadays, used by other groups to mean various things, so some of us use "Roman Catholic" to differentiate from them.


Roman Catholic AnswerThe "Old English" who were the upper class in Ireland, and descended from a different line than the old Irish. However, both of these classes were Catholic, and the Old English at least knew Irish as a second language. There was much intermarriage, the difference disappeared with the coming of the English and the suppression of Catholicism when all the Irish became oppressed.


Roman Catholic AnswerNothing really, all Catholics are called to be evangelists.


Probably Roman Catholic because of the many Irish immigrants.


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