Northern Ireland has more Catholics than Protestants, for the first time in its 101-year history.
That's according to Census results, which have been released this morning.
46% of people in Northern Ireland now identify as Catholic; 43.5% identify as Protestant.
The Protestant population in Northern Ireland has decreased by 10% in twenty years.
When it comes to identity, 32% identify as British only, 29% identify as Irish only and 20% identify as Northern Irish only.
Ten years ago 40% of people in Northern Ireland identified as British only, so there has been a drop of 9% of people identifying as British only.
And when it comes to passports; there was a massive 63% increase in the number of Irish passport holders in Northern Ireland.