Memorial Day: A Day of Remembrance

Memorial Day holds great importance as it serves as a reminder of those who sacrificed their lives in the defense of freedom. The Catholic Cemeteries Association has the honor of providing these brave men and women with their final resting place. Our cemeteries play a vital role in preserving the memory of their sacrifice and… Continue reading Memorial Day: A Day of Remembrance


Finding Closure After COVID

A couple of weeks ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the COVID-19 pandemic is no longer a public health emergency of international concern. I felt a wave of relief wash over me when I heard this news, as I'm sure many people did. The COVID-19 pandemic brought immense loss and grief across the… Continue reading Finding Closure After COVID

Personal Loss

Forever Remembered

I had always been close to my grandfather. Growing up, I spent countless hours at his house, playing cards and listening to stories about his life. When he passed away after battling cancer, I was devastated and struggled to come to terms with the fact that I would never hear his voice or see him… Continue reading Forever Remembered

Message From The Director, Updates


The month of May is filled with renewal as winter’s grip falls away, windows are opened, and the sounds of life permeate throughout our daily lives.  Our cemeteries have also awakened from winter’s sleep.  The grass is being cut and the sound of trimmers moving through the sections returns.  Families arrive to remember their loved… Continue reading Peace

Messages from Heaven

The Cardinal

While browsing Target for a Mother's Day present, I found a beautiful card with a cardinal on the front. I looked inside to read the message. It said, " For centuries, the cardinal has been used to represent a loved one who has passed away and as a messenger from Heaven. The red of the… Continue reading The Cardinal