St. Joseph Seminary Library, Mangalapuzha (Bibliothica):
Along with the opening of the seminary, a library was also set up at Mangalapuzha. The library and seminary were set up on the land donated by Parayil Avaran Tharakan. The library had copies of Mar Joseph Kariyati Methran’s Veda Tharkam and Varthamana Pusthakam. Books in Syriac, Aramic, Latin and English on theology and philosophy brought by missionaries are kept in the library. About 1 lac books have been catalogued and kept at the library. This is the reference library of books on the history of the church and theology.  As many as 500 periodicals reach here every month.  The seminary that started functioning with 270 students has now 600 students of theology.

St. Thomas Seminary Library, Vadavathoor, Kottayam:
The library and the study centre were set up in 1962. The seminary that was jointly set up by the Syro Malabar, Syro Malankara and Latin communities has post graduate courses in theology. About 90,000 books are there in Malayalam, English, Syriac, French and Latin. The library is divided into lending section, reference section, and reading room. The books are catalogued and classified and kept according to the Dewey Decimal Classification. Micro-film copies of thaliyolas and manuscripts are also available at the library.

Arch Bishop’s House Library, Changanassery:
This library has manuscripts of Syriac books, the Bible in different languages, and history books. The reference wing has English, Latin and French books of the early days.

Indian Institute of Christian Studies, Hosanna Mount:
The library formed at the behest of Joseph Pulikunnel has books on history, culture and the Bible. This library, with about 10,000 books, is useful for those who conduct studies on Christianity.