27 October 2023

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Latest Census statistics indicate a significant cohort of people in Connemara have no religion

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Latest Census statistics indicate a significant cohort of people in Connemara have no religion

The latest Census statistics indicate a significant cohort of people in the Connemara are wo have declared they have no religion

However the statistics from the Census of 2022 show quite a variation between the communities in Connemara

This report from Máirtín Ó Catháin

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