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Protestant Decline in the Republic of Ireland Future Protestant Recovery in the Irish Republic Protestant Distribution in Northern Ireland Appendices In 1991, the population of the Republic of Ireland was approximately 3% Protestant, but the figure was over 10% in 1891, indicating a fall of 70% in the relative Protestant population over the past century.
This trend is depicted by the following graph The following map shows how the distribution of Ireland's Protestants changed in the 130 year period from 1861.
I'm afraid a lot of protestant churches don't have much information about their core beliefs, other than a simple document. Then, you'll be able to see all the similarities and differences between your two faith traditions.
If you get married, you'll need dispensation to marry a non-Catholic, but that's not a problem. You'll be allowed to marry in either church (though the bride's church is more traditional), but you'll probably have to do your premarital prep at the Catholic Church, simply because we do more of it because we believe Holy Matrimony is a Sacrament (like baptism) and most protestants don't agree, so they don't put in as much spiritual preparation time.
He's not so fond of Catholicism but he doesn't mind me being Catholic but from what I've heard and read, Catholics and Protestants just don't go together. I'm afraid that his school's teachings may have been the reason he is not so fond of my religion...