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Our Lady of the Marian Library

The Marian Library/International Marian Research Institute devoted to learning and research about Mary offers the following services:

Academic Program

Pontifical degree program leading to the licentiate and doctorate in theology (Marian Studies); MA in theology in joint venture with the University of Dayton; Certificate in Marian Studies. –more information

Library Facilities
The world’s largest collection of multilingual information about Mary is available for study and research. The collection includes books, journals, articles, and clippings; art artifacts, devotional objects, prints, and more! Online access through your academic institution, OhioLINK, Interlibrary Loan, and udayton.edu/libraries. –more information
Reference Service
Faculty and staff provide reference service on various Marian topics.
The Mary Page
The Marian Library website offers Marian teachings, homiletic helps, meditations, Marian bibliographies, reviews of books and articles, current Marian news, art exhibits, music, shrines, frequently asked questions, and information about our academic program.
Art Exhibits
The Marian Library organizes regular art exhibits, houses a year-round crèche museum, and dislplays devotional objects from its extensive art collection. –more information
Art on Loan
Traveling exhibits are available on loan. –more information
Speakers Bureau
Faculty, staff and friends of the ML/IMRI are available for conferences, diocesan and parish formation programs, workshops and retreats on Marian topics.
ML/IMRI lends Marian videos for the mailing cost. The selection can be accessed through The Mary Page. A video documentary of the ML/IMRI is also available on loan or for purchase. –more information
• The Marian Library Newsletter
• Marian Library Studies – multilingual publication of original research
• Marian Studies–annual publication of the Mariological Society of America (English)
• Art and Spirituality
–more information
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