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Religion has been important to the Irish American identity in America, and continues to play a major role in their communities.

St. Patrick's Day Graph: Irish in America are Protestant, not Catholic ...

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Mar 17, 2014 ... St. Patrick's Day Graph: Irish in America are Protestant, not Catholic ... Religion of Americans of Irish descent, General Social Survey 2000-2012.

Irish Americans - History, Irish emigration, Immigration until the ...

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In the fifth century A.D. St. Patrick came to Ireland and introduced the Gaels to Christianity. Thus began a great religious and cultural period for the country.

The 1930s: When Irish Catholics Changed America | Irish America

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The anti-Catholic, anti-immigrant Ku Klux Klan played a major role in bringing down Smith, who lost “because of his religion, and because of the people he stood ...

Irish Immigrants in the United States | IIP Digital

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Feb 13, 2008 ... At the heart of Irish-American identity thereafter was a sense of banishment and ... Equally disturbing to nativists was the immigrants' religion.

The Irish in America: 1840's-1930's

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70% of servants in Boston were Irish immigrants; Bostonians believed that the ... Many Protestants and "native" Americans were distrustful of a religion that was, ...

Catholicism and the irish-american male - Journals@KU

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tradition and a history of British religious persecution, the Irish were infrequent ... masculinity and whether Irish-American men actually changed their behavior.

How the Irish Became Protestant in America - JStor

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regional distribution of today's Irish-American Protestants lends sup- port to this view. ... Americans Who Identify Themselves as “Irish,” by Religion and Region.

What Happened to Catholic Ireland: An Irish-American Historian's ...

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Mar 6, 2014 ... While Catholicism was not the officially established religion, Irish society was overwhelmingly Catholic. The Angelus was played on the public ...

Irish Immigrants Are Good Example For Persecuted Groups ...

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Mar 17, 1999 ... The Irish immigrants in America suffered the torture of unacceptance, yet ... Unfortunately, other ethnic, religious and social groups around the ...

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Shock survey shows Irish Americans are more Protestant than ...

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Mar 22, 2014 ... In addition, through their own schools, dances, and religious orders, Catholicism seems woven into the very fabric of Irish American history.

Irish - Religious Conflict and Discrimination - Immigration ...

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Ill will toward Irish immigrants because of their poor living conditions, and their ... In the Questions for Admittance to the American Party (1854), inductees ...

Roman Catholics and Immigration in Nineteenth-Century America ...

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But when several years of devastating potato famine led millions of Irish ... When your students hear the enormity of the demographic and religious shift caused ...