Thursday, December 14, 2017
   
Text Size

Leap of faith gives convent new life in Guelph

Globe and Mail, May 13, 2013 — The Sisters of Loretto Convent was never the architectural superstar of Catholic Hill, a collection of 19th century limestone religious and educational buildings perched high above the city of Guelph, Ont. Always a modest contrast to the ornate Church of Our Lady Immaculate, the former convent is now basking in the spotlight as the new home of the Guelph Civic Museum.

It’s among a growing inventory of buildings across Canada that have become surplus to the needs of religious organizations, but are being acquired and thoughtfully adapted to new purposes.

Click here to read the complete article.

By Angela Kryhul

FacebookTwitterYouTube

© 2017 Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto  |  E-mail: info@csj-to.ca  |  Phone: 416-467-8070  |  Website by Poverello Media