Sisters Court

Little Sisters Of The Poor Convent-Savannah Georgia

37th Street Savannah Georgia-Little Sisters of the Poor Convent
Arched entry draped in vine
Side entry now closed
The 1890’s building converted to condominiums
37th street closed entry
36th street side of convent of the Little Sisters of the poor

The convent built in the 1890s is one of a city block that was used by the Sisters. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is called Sisters Court Apartments and offers to house seniors age 62 and up through the National Church Residences.

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3 thoughts

  1. I’ve never forgiven obama for having given them all that trouble. I got a chance, in the ’90’s , to see if I should become a diocesan priest or professed Religious, and I spent a really nice weekend at one of their convents in Queens~

  2. We too had a Little Sisters of The Poor till recently it was named as St Teresa’s. Nice to know that the Order still exists in your area.

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