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

All Souls Day Masses Cancelled

Our annual All Souls Day Masses at Marymount Cemetery and Holy Sepulchre Cemetery have been cancelled due to the pandemic. In memory of all those interred in our cemeteries, a donation is being made to the De Mazenod Door Outreach.
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UPDATED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Updated October 14, 2020 The Catholic Cemeteries of the Diocese of Hamilton is committed to serving our families and working to ensure their health and safety. We are equally committed and focused on the health and safety of our employees.
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Mausoleum Visitation Hours

July 10, 2020 Beginning Monday, July 13, 2020, mausoleums operated by The Catholic Cemeteries of the Diocese of Hamilton will be opening for limited visitation as follows: Our Lady of Victory, Holy Souls and Our Lady of Peace Mausoleums, Burlington Mausoleums…
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We are Open to Serve You

During these unprecedented times, we remain committed to serving our families. If you have experienced the loss of a loved one or are contemplating pre-arrangements for yourself or a family member, our staff can be contacted and a full range…
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Monthly Memorial Mass

Please be advised that our monthly Memorial Masses are cancelled until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Those recently interred in our local cemeteries will be remembered in prayer with the assistance of the Sisters of the Precious…
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Life Stories

Dugald (Doug) MacLean

Dugald (Doug) was born in Glasgow, Scotland to Allan and Mary (Beaton) MacLean. Allan died when Doug was two; his mother passed away when he was 12. Most of his younger years were spent with aunts and uncles in Oban and the Isle of Mull, home to the …

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