Indianapolis, IN 46201
19 one-bedroom apartments
Formerly known as St. Philip Neri Convent, Guerin Place was part of the St. Philip Neri Parish. Founded in Indianapolis in 1909, the Parish and convent were named for St. Philip Neri, a 16th century Italian priest who ministered to criminals, prostitutes and incurables in Roman hospitals. His ministry later began focusing on teenage boys and young men. He was said to be able to tell a penitent their sins before they even confessed them. Saint Neri was also notable for living a simple life in a time of widespread corruption in Rome.
PIH acquired the building in 1995 and renamed it Guerin Place. The name still carries a religious connotation, as it is named for Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, who founded the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and was later canonized.
1-year lease mininum
Annual renewals/recertification required
Up to 2 people per bedroom
Washers and Dryers in public space
Resource Classes such as cooking, financial management, continuing education