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Career Transition – Thanks Catholic Cemeteries

Succession planning is critical for all types of business.  Not less so at Catholic Cemeteries.  To most effectively transition the organization for the future, I’ve decided to take early retirement following 6 ½ years of serving our employees and the community as director of Catholic

Big Effort in Calvary Station 6 Today

Last year we put a new storm water line in along the curb in Station 6 prior to pinning the entire area. Today, the ops group is removing all the old, abandoned storm water line.  This will assure we don’t have problems in the future when

Thanks for the Thanks

Most people know why their work is important. Still, there is something very uplifting and powerful when someone takes the time to say "thankyou", especially when they are very specific about what they appreciate. Find something each day that you can thank

Secure and Forever

Two or three years ago, on the evening news, a woman sat on concrete steps in front of the few remains of her chard home smoldering in the background.  As she cried about the loss of her family home, she also grieved the loss of

Winter Wonder

We can let ourselves get "caught" in the doldrums of winter, or choose to rest for a few minutes in the beauty that God paints around us. Choose to see the beauty. Deacon. Dan

Priest Circle Renovation Underway

Renovation of the Priest Circle has begun! On November 25th the two side bronze statues were removed and sent for sandblasting. The statues will then be taken to the John Lajba Art Studio for major repairs and restoration. The main cross will come

Happy Thanksgiving!

Here is wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving. Will you be including a long time family tradition on Thursday? Maybe it is making those special potatoes that grandma used to make, or pumpkin pie with whipped cream that your