Mission & Ministry

In the Funeral Liturgy, these words are often prayed “Lord for your faithful people life is changed, not ended.”

It is in this light, the light of faith that we look at funeral and burial plans. To consider these decisions is an act of hope that the promise made to us by the Lord in Baptism will be fulfilled. By prearranging these very important decisions you are assured that your wishes for a Catholic funeral mass and Catholic burial will be known.

The Catholic funeral provides courage and comfort for those mourning the death of a loved one. The Mass of Christian Burial especially expresses our faith in Jesus’ victory over death and our personal share in the resurrection. It does so through prayers and blessings, through scripture readings and song, through rituals and symbols. The more a family actively plans the ceremony, the more they are able to participate in the ceremony itself and the deeper will be the consolation and strength they experience.

Speak to your pastor to discuss your celebration and ask him to recommend a Catholic funeral home in your area. If you are uncertain of the parish you belong to, please call Edmonton Catholic Cemeteries for assistance.

It is only natural that those who share the same faith in life wish to carry on that sense of community in death. Therefore, the final expression of our faith as Catholics is the blessed and sacred burial in a Catholic cemetery. A Catholic cemetery is also a visible sign of our belief in the resurrection, which demonstrates the unity of the living and the dead. Within this sacred environment, the love of Christ is manifested for all to see.

  For various reasons it is not always possible to be buried in a Catholic cemetery. In these cases the Catholic Funeral Ritual allows for the blessing of the grave no matter its location.

Edmonton Catholic Cemeteries provides counselors to help you make decisions best suited to your family’s needs. Prearranging these matters relieves your family of the burden of making such decisions during an emotional time.


Contact Us for Information Regarding:

  • Rite of Christian Burial
  • Catholics and cremation
  • Prearranging funeral or burial plans
  • Catholic cemetery locations

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What's New

Mass at Our Lady of Peace Saturday April 8th 930 am

We invite you and your friends and family to attend the memorial Mass at Our Lady of Peace Cemetery Indoor Columbarium on Saturday April 8 2017 at 930...

Extended Hours Return April 1!

Effective April 1 we move to summer hours for the cemetery office and the mausoleum.    Apr 1 to Nov 30 Monday to Friday 8:30am to 6:00pm  Saturday...

Mass at the mausoleum Saturday Apr 22 2017 930 AM

We invite you to join us in a celebration of faith and hope as we remember and pray for loved ones who have died. Father Stephen Hero presiding.

2017 Memorial Masses

The Masses below are on Saturdays at 930 am in the Holy Cross Mausoleum: January 21 2017  February 18 2017 March 18 2017 April 22 2017 ...

New driving directions to Our Lady of Peace Cemetery

Due to the recent completion of the Anthony Henday Freeway combined with the ongoing construction by the city of Edmonton in the area we have attached...

One Location to Serve You Better

The Archdiocese of Edmonton Catholic Cemeteries is pleased to announce, effective April 11, 2016, the merger of our North and South Cemeteries' family...

We Now Offer Urns for Our Families

Your Catholic Cemeteries are proud to now offer urns as part of the products offered to our families.  We've partnered with a Canadian company to provide...

Marker and Monument Purchases

Families wishing to purchase a marker or upright monument are invited to call our office to set up an appointment to discuss, choose and order their memorial...