Some general statistics from the foregoing regarding Ireland's Catholic Cathedrals:
There are 27 Irish Cathedrals of which 19 are in the neo-Gothic Style; 6 are in the neo-Classical Style; 1 is in the neo-Romanesque; and 1 can be classified as other.
The Neo-Gothic Cathedrals are:
Killarney, Cobh, Monaghan, Armagh, Tuam, Letterkenny, Enniscorthy, Kilkenny, Sligo, Ballina, Derry, Loughrea, Limerick, Ennis, Cork, Carlow, Newry, Ballaghadereen, Belfast.
The Neo-Classical Cathedrals are:
Waterford, the Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, Longford, Skibbereen, Cavan, Mullingar.
There is one Cathedral in the Neo-Romanesque: Thurles.
One other Cathedral has been classified as other: Galway.