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However, during the 12th century a stricter uniformity in the Western Church was enforced, with the diocesan structure introduced with the Synod of Ráth Breasail in 1111 and culminating with the Gregorian Reform which coincided with the Norman invasion of Ireland.
During the 16th century, Irish national identity coalesced around the Irish Catholic concept.
For several centuries, the Irish Catholic majority were suppressed but eventually the Church and the British Empire came to a rapprochement.
Patrick contested with the druí, targeted the local royalty for conversion and re-orientated Irish Christianity to having Armagh as the preeminent seat of power; an ancient royal site associated with the goddess Macha (an aspect of An Morríghan).
A reform to the Roman style diocesan system developed slowly after the Synod of Rathbreasail in 1111.