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World Book Day

April 18, 2018

Celebrate with Marian Library collections!


IMRI Weekly Features: April 16, 2018

April 16, 2018

There is a variety of resources from All About Mary being featured this week. Two items look into consecration and another into knots in Mary's garments. Read more about all of the interesting topics.


IMRI Weekly Features: April 9, 2018

April 09, 2018

This week's focus is on Mary and the Annunciation. This year, due to March 25 falling on a Sunday during Lent, the Annunciation is being celebrated on Monday, April 9.


Get out of your Roesch Library fines

April 07, 2018

It's time to clean out your cupboards and help fill St. Vincent de Paul's pantry. Roesch Library is offering fine forgiveness during National Library Week.


A Story Behind a Story: The Ohio Roots of Willa Cather’s Characters

April 06, 2018

Two French priests in Ohio — Jean-Baptiste Lamy and Joseph Machebeuf — were the inspiration for the main characters of Willa Cather’s famous 1927 novel 'Death Comes for the Archbishop.'


NCEA Builds Community

April 06, 2018

"My biggest takeaway [from NCEA] was a sense of community." - Jennifer Baker


The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord

April 06, 2018

The All About Mary encyclopedic tool has resources to help you prepare for this feast.


60 years of National Library Week: ‘Libraries Lead’

April 06, 2018

in 1958, long before folic acid, salt, nurses, agriculture, food allergies, robotics and handwashing had their own awareness weeks, the American Library Association launched National Library Week in “the fight against ignorance, indifference, illiteracy and inefficiency.” The fight continues … with libraries still on the front line.


National Poetry Month

April 03, 2018

Take part by visiting the All About Mary encyclopedic tool and enjoying some beautiful Marian poetry.


IMRI Weekly Features: April 3, 2018

April 03, 2018

Alleluia! Easter season is here and is highlighted in our features this week.

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