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Educational Organisations

Educational Organisations What they do
CEIST Catholic Education – an Irish Schools Trust. CEIST is a trustee body for the voluntary secondary schools of the Daughters of Charity, the Presentation Sisters, the Sisters of the Christian Retreat, the Sisters of Mercy and the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.
Catholic Primary School Managers Association Represents the boards of management of Catholic primary schools.
School Chaplains’ Association of Ireland Provides support and represents all the interests of School Chaplains.
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.