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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

Little Miracles

A wonderful September morning at Catholic Cemeteries.  We've just completed a summer where we are still over 10" below the normal rainfall averages.  And yet, look at the loads of red fruit on this ornamental tree!  In the midst of a drought year, God provides

September Project

Our Operations crew is constantly at work.  Here, on this beautiful September morning, Marygrace, Thomas, and Perry are transplanting yew bushes from another part of the cemetery that is being re-worked to the entrance of Resurrection Cemetery.  When you love your job and the people

What to do on a warm afternoon?

Looking for something to do on a warm afternoon?  Do like these two:  grab your friend and a couple of chairs and umbrellas, and head to the cemetery for a little prayer and remembrance time.  We miss our loved ones.  But having a specific place that friends

Summer Seminarians

Each year as we add seasonal positions, we reserve 2 or 3 positions for seminarians.  This practice meets several objectives:  We typically get good, dedicated summer help, the seminarians get some practical experience in what it takes to operate a cemetery and minister to families who