Ten Most Catholic Urban Irish Places

January 23, 2008 at 12:03 am Leave a comment

97 of every hundred people living in the John’s A area of Limerick City are Roman Catholic, and six of the ten most Catholic urban Irish places are in Limerick City. Here are the top ten, based on the Small Area Census Statistics. >>>

Ten Most Catholic Urban Irish Places

  • 96.9% – John’s A, Limerick City (1,211 people, 1,174 are Catholic)
  • 99.6% – Ticor South, Waterford City (416 people, 402 are Catholic)
  • 96.5% – Glentworth B, Limerick City (1,241 people, 1,197 are Catholic)
  • 96.2% – Morrisson’s Ave West, Waterford City (316 people, 304 Catholic)
  • 96.1% – Gurranebraher D, Cork City (932 people, 896 are Catholic)
  • 96.1% – Gurranebraher A, Cork City (787 people, 756 are Catholic)
  • 96.0% – Singland A, Limerick City (1,754 people, 1,684 are Catholic)
  • 96.0% – Glentworth C, Limerick City (549 people, 527 are Catholic)
  • 95.9% – Rathbane, Limerick City (1,702 people, 1,633 are Catholic)
  • 95.9% – Ballynanty, Limerick City (3,468 people, 3,327 are Catholic)

The average for the State is 86.8% (approx 4.2m people, approx 3.7m Catholics).

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Entry filed under: Culture, Ireland, Religion.

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