Frequently Asked Questions
Calvary, St. Michael, St. Louis and St. John Cemeteries all have burial space available for sale. Calvary has approximately 40+ years of graves remaining, while St. Michael, St. Louis and St. John cemeteries have limited availability. Roads and landscaped areas are opened throughout the year to allow for future burial space.
The cemetery records are available on this website. See “Locate a Loved One” under Visitor Information. The cemetery office located in Calvary Cemetery can also provide a cemetery map and lot diagram, which can aid you in finding the location.
Catholic cemeteries are consecrated and blessed by the bishop, which makes the grounds sacred. Individual graves are also blessed at the time of burial in accord with the Rite of Funerals. Catholic cemeteries are an extension of the parish church where those who have worshipped and prayed together in life now await the resurrection of the body in death. Whether an individual is active in their parish life or not, by choosing a Catholic cemetery, one selects a final resting place that reflects the beliefs and values from their own life’s personal journey. The Catholic cemetery provides a resting place that is sacred and shared with all fellow pilgrims awaiting resurrection of the dead and the promise of life everlasting.