Marymount Catholic Cemetery

Marymount Catholic Cemetery
Guelph, Ontario

Marymount Catholic Cemetery

Marymount Catholic Cemetery
Guelph, Ontario

Marymount Catholic Cemetery

Marymount Catholic Cemetery
Guelph, Ontario

Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
Brantford, Ontario

Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
Brantford, Ontario

A Warm Welcome From The Catholic Cemeteries

Our Catholic cemeteries are available to all Catholics and their family members, whether or not those family members are also Catholic.

For many people, a certain Catholic cemetery or mausoleum is part of their family's history. Other people are starting new traditions with us.

Choosing a Catholic cemetery can connect you with your faith and your heritage.

We want you to know we are a not-for-profit organization, and we promise a no-pressure approach. We will provide information to help you make the best decision for you and your family. Please give us a call and let us know how we can help.

News and Events

Offices Closed for Civic Holiday

All cemetery offices will be closed Monday, August 4th, for the Civic Holiday.  Cemeteries and mausolea will be open for regular visitation hours.  Regular office hours will resume Tuesday, August 5th.
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Monthly Memorial Mass

The next Monthly Memorial Mass will take place in Our Lady of Victory Mausoleum, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, on Tuesday, August 12 at 4:30 pm.
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The Holy Rosary on CKWR

The Catholic Cemeteries is proud to announce its sponsorship of The Holy Rosary broadcasts on Waterloo's CKWR 98.5 FM, Sunday mornings at 9:00 am. Listen live at www.ckwr.com.
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Word on Fire on FaithFM

The Catholic Cemeteries is proud to announce its sponsorship of Fr. Robert Barron's Word on Fire broadcasts on Kitchener's FaithFM 94.3, Thursday evenings at 8:30 pm. The broadcast can also be streamed live at www.kitchener.faithfm.org. Each…
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Life Stories

Father John Joseph Murphy

In a world where many raise a hand in violence, Father John Murphy raised his hand in blessing. In a world where many use the hand as a means of grasping, he offered a hand as a sign of peace. In a world where many draw attention to …

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