Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, non-Catholic members of Catholic families are allowed to be buried in the Catholic cemeteries. There are several circumstances under which a non-Catholic can be buried in one of our Cemeteries. More detailed information is available upon request.
Yes. Permission from the original owner of the lot or existing blood line heirs is needed.
Yes. It is important to remember that the cremated remains should be treated with the same respect we give to the body of the deceased. The remains are to be placed in a worthy vessel and interred in a grave or entombed in a mausoleum or columbarium.
No. While there are several pieces to the pre-planning puzzle, we encourage families to take care of only what they feel comfortable with. Some families take care of just the grave while others choose to take advantage of our payment plans to take care of everything all at once.