|Anglican diocese of Clogher |
Part of the Irish Anglican website. Includes contacts for the clergy and administrations offices of the diocese.
|Armagh Public Library |
The nucleus of the collection is the personal library of Archbishop Richard Robinson, who founded the library in 1771. Also holds Archbishop Beresford's collection of archaeological artefacts.
|Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich Memorial Library & Archive |
A free, independent public reference library, which houses important collections relating to Irish history, the Irish language, ecclesiastical history, the Irish abroad, and Irish sport.
|Catholic diocese of Clogher |
Diocesan website. Includes a good short history of the diocese and Lough Derg. Lists contacts for the clergy and administration offices.
|Central Catholic Library |
This is a voluntary subscription library. The library currently holds over 100,000 titles in its lending and reference departments.
|Churches Of Britain and Ireland |
Photographs of around 11,000 churches in the British Isles.
|Elim Pentecostal Church |
Founded in Monaghan in 1915. This is the website of the Elim Pentecostal Church in Ireland.
|Methodist Church in Ireland |
Comprehensive national website for the Methodist Church.
|Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland |
Library holds books, materials and artefacts which relate to Presbyterianism, some original manuscripts of published works including diaries, letters, manuscripts and written sermons. Also a list of Presbyterian records held in PRONI.
|Representative Church Body Library |
Library of the Church of Ireland, holds records of churches and rectories around the country.
|Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Ireland |
The Friends' Historical Library is the repository for the manuscript records of Quakers in Ireland and has a significant holding of printed books and pamphlets relating to Quakerism worldwide.
"This project has been funded by Cavan-Monaghan Rural Development Co-op under the National Rural Development Programme. Funded by the Irish Government and part-financed by the European Union under the National Development Plan 2000-2006."