|Further Educational Organisations
||What they do
|All Hallows College, Dublin
||Prepares students for priestly ministry and lay people for missionand ministry. Distance learning.
|Divine Word Missionaries, Maynooth
||Specialising in English language courses for religious priests, sisters, brothers and seminarians from overseas, as well as other students over the age of twenty one.
|Central Catholic Library
||Nationally important collection of over 90,000 books with reference, research and lending departments.
|Irish School Of Ecumenics
||Interdenominational centre for research and teaching.
|Irish Theological Association
||Promoting theological studies through conferences, meetings and exchange of ideas.
|Mater Dei Institute of Education
||A College of Dublin City University. The Institute was established in 1966 and has as its patron the Archbishop of Dublin
|St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth
||Pontifical University, National Seminary
|Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy
||University college, specialising in theology and philosophy.
|St Angela’s College, Sligo
||Founded in 1952 by the Ursuline Congregation, a College of the National University of Ireland, Galway, providing under- and post-graduate courses in a variety of areas including Religious Education, Theology and Chaplaincy Studies.