CHURCHES AND THEIR LIBRARIES & ARCHIVES

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.

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