April 27, 28 & 29 at Resurrection and Gethsemane Cemeteries
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8151 - 42nd Ave. N. 2101 Lexington Ave. S.
New Hope, MN 55427 Mendota Heights, MN 55102
Thursday, April 27 10:00am & 1:00pm
Friday, April 28 1:00pm
Saturday, April 29 10:00am
or please click here to register.
No decisions need to be made at this time.
Seminars are approximately 1 hour. Tours are available. Refreshements will be served.
News & Events
On Saturday, December 10, 2016 The Catholic Cemeteries hosted a
Gethsemane Cemetery's new Mausoleum was recently featured in the Catholic Cemetery Magazine, titled "Flexible Plan Allows Gethsemane Cemetery to Expand As Needed"
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Reprinted with permission from Catholic Cemetery Magazine, June 2016 edition
St. Mary's Cemetery was recently featured in a community newsletter for the Field, Regina, and Northrup neighborhoods in south Minneapolis. Read full article...
Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration and Rededication Ceremony
at St. Anthony Cemetery in Minneapolis, MN
On November 7, 2015,
dozens gathered for a ceremony honoring Corporal Daniel Bracken, who was killed
at the Battle of Nashville on December 16, 1864. Daniel Bracken enlisted on
September 4, 1862 and was with Company K of the 10th Minnesota
Infantry Volunteers. Born in Maine, he died at age 23. Speakers from the
Governor’s Civil War Commemoration Task Force and a historian presented,
followed by the Rededication ceremony.
Below: Civil War Reenactors
Girl's Unmarked Gravestone Replaced After 92 Years
For more information, please see WCCO's story at: http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2013/08/02/girls-unmarked-gravestone-replaced-after-92-years/
September 22, 2012
150 years after the Civil War
Grave of St. Paul soldier who died at the Battle of Antietam was rededicated at historic Calvary Cemetery
Click here for full press release.
September 22, 2012
Archbishop Emeritus Harry J. Flynn Dedicated the Peaceable Kingdom Garden at Resurrection Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum.
The pavers laid in the patio of the Garden are each available to be inscribed with name and dates of a person that was loved and whose relatives wished to remember them in a special, enduring tribute. The garden surrounding the patio serves as a place of prayer and reflection for anyone seeking comfort following a loss, and the gardens have now been lovingly dedicated and are open to all seeking a place of solace, peace and remembrance. To learn more about the garden and the cost to have a paver inscribed click here.