"We are what we read"

- Alberto Manguel



The Central Catholic Library is located in Dublin, Ireland. The Library was founded as a subscription library by the Irish Jesuit Fr. Stephen Brown, and first opened to the public on 25th June 1922.  Located at 74 Merrion Square, the Library is currently open five days a week. Visitors, researchers, and new members are all welcome.

Upcoming Events

Study St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians at the Central Catholic Library

This course will be lead by Central Catholic Library board member Kevin Dolan. St Paul's Letter to the Ephesians will be studied over four Saturdays, with materials provided. The course began on Saturday 9th February, continues on the 16th and 23rd February, and concludes on Saturday 9th March. Each session will feature a DVD presentation ... Read more

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