San Tommaso delle Convertite is a small church in Pisa, Italy.
Documents take note of a church adjacent to an annexed hospital in 1160. In 1610, the grand-duchess of Tuscany Christina of Lorraine, commissioned the convent to house rescued (converted) prostitutes, hence the name.
The church and its façade were rebuilt in 1756-1758 by Camillo Marracci using designs by Ignazio Pellegrini. The church ceiling has the symbols of the patron, Christina of Lorraine.
^Le Maddalene penitenti, ossia le povere convertite dalla licenziosa vita alla onestà, erano raccolte in un monastero detto delle Convertite quote regarding a convent of the Convertite from Curiosità Romane, Parts 1-3 (1885) By Costantino Maes .