Langrishe's Catholic Relief Act

18th April 1792
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Langrishe's Catholic Relief Act was passed on the 18th of April 1792. 

This created a relaxing of some of the Penal Laws. 

Langrishe's Act mean that Catholics could now train in Law and practise as barristers and solicitors. 

The Act also allowed for Catholics and Protestants to intermarry, which until then had not been permitted.