Choosing a
Catholic Cemetery

Why Choose a Catholic Cemetery?
When we are baptized, we are brought to a sacred place, a Catholic church, and baptized into the Mystery of Christ's death and resurrection — thus giving us the promise of Eternal Life. Since death is a natural part of life, it is only fitting that the Catholic Church also be present at the time of death.

Cemetery Christmas Arrangements

This Christmas, adorn your loved one's resting place at Holy Family Cemetery with a Christmas Floral Arrangement, and have their names mentioned during the Divine Liturgy on December 26, 2011 at 10am at St. Nicholas

The cemetery arrangement sits on top
of the existing monument and features freshly cut Christmas greens, seasonal decorations, and a velvet bow with an attached memorial dedication card. For more information, please contact the cemetery office.

For Catholics Considering Cremation

For Catholics Considering Cremation
The Catholic Church has permitted cremation since 1963, with the provision that the cremated remains must be treated with the same respect and dignity as that given to the human body...