Despite Their Expulsion, As Late As 1756, Three Of The Dominicans Were Recorded As Still Living In Or Near The Site. However, Over Time, The Site Fell Into Ruin And Was Abandoned.
Today, little remains of the original St. Saviour’s complex. The site is overgrown and the ruins are in a state of disrepair. However, the remains of the church and its associated buildings can still be seen.
Despite the deterioration of the site, it is still an important part of Kilmallock’s history and heritage. The ruins are a testament to the town’s rich religious past, and they offer a glimpse into the lives of the Dominicans who once called St. Saviour’s home.
The site is also of interest to archaeologists and historians, who continue to study and document its history. In recent years, efforts have been made to preserve and protect the ruins, ensuring that they will continue to be an important part of Kilmallock’s history for generations to come.