An alternative to traditional in-ground burial is entombment in a crypt. Several community mausoleums in Calvary Cemetery provide single and double crypts to families in an outdoor setting. As it is in the case of graves, when a crypt is sold, ownership of the crypt remains with the Catholic Cemeteries. The purchaser, through the Entombment Rights Agreement, is only given an exclusive and permanent right of use of the crypt for the entombment of human remains. The crypt fronts are also owned by the Catholic Cemeteries and the families only have the right to inscribe the name of the deceased, full birth and death dates, and an extra line for further identification, such as relationship (e.g. “beloved son”) or marriage date.