In Event of a Death
Over the years, especially as society has become more secularized, different practices have emerged which sometimes obscure or even take the place of the Christian perspective on death. For this reason it is necessary to have certain guidelines, which preserve and emphasize the Christian character of the funeral rites, and thus serve to give real consolation and hope to our people when a loved one dies.

It is very helpful for family members to meet with the parish priest as soon as possible after the death of a loved one in order to plan the funeral celebration in accordance with Archdiocesan policy. The priest is ready to meet and support the family by offering the consolation that comes from faith and expressing the care and concern of the entire parish community.

Please contact us for a free guide for planning a Catholic Funeral


Our Locations
 
What's New

We have now moved!

We are now in our new administration building just north of the Mausoleum.  Please follow the white directional signs to come see us in the new office...

Annual Advent Mass

Join us for our Annual Advent Mass with Archbishop Richard Smith on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 9:30 a.m.

2019 Memorial Mass Schedule

We invite you, your family and friends to join us in celebration of faith and hope as we remember and pray for all our loved ones who have died.

Winter Hours Are Here!

Effective December 1st we will return to winter hours for the cemetery office and the mausoleum:  December 1 to March 31 Monday - Friday: 8:30...

Driving directions to Our Lady of Peace Cemetery

Please click the link for a map with directions to the cemetery: OLP driving directions.pdf

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...