The Augustinian archives are the memories of our Irish province. As such, they have been generated by Augustinian Friars over many years. Therefore, we are committed to preserving these important historical records of Augustinian life. Additionally, our historical records are significant within the wider Irish context, as they trace social, political and economic change, within Ireland. Furthermore, our archives contain an international element, as many of our Friars have travelled on the missions. For instance, Augustinian Friars have journeyed as far as Ecuador, Nigeria and Kenya. In doing so, our friars have spent much of their lives living with the peoples of these countries. Consequently, we have records from our friars' many travels around the world.
Therefore, these historical records are incredibly important to us. But they are also valuable as snapshots of a different Ireland. Because we value and support historical research into them, we strive to make them available to researchers. However, due to ongoing renovations our archives are currently inaccessible to the public. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to researchers. We will endeavour to have the archives available again in the future. In the meantime our Archives Policy can be viewed and downloaded below.
International Online Resources
Connect to the General Curia's online resources page Here. From here you can find collections of various materials, which the Order has made available for online viewing. The material includes press releases, videos, documents and books.