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Bringing Them Home

Sometimes cremated remains can be forgotten, or left somewhere unattended. For this reason we have begun a program called “Bringing Them Home” where we will provide a dignified burial option. Beginning on September 20, we will offer a one-time opportunity for anyone in the Twin Cities who has cremated remains at home to permanently place them in a communal crypt at either Resurrection or Gethsemane Cemetery. Click “Learn More” below for the requirements of this program and to find out how to participate.

Join us for a Pre-Planning Seminar!

Register for a FREE ‘no obligation’ educational seminar about your funeral and cemetery options, general costs, and financing options. A free pre-planning guide is included!

Resurrection Cemetery, 2101 Lexington Ave. S., Mendota Heights

Gethsemane Cemetery, 8151 – 42nd Ave. N., New Hope


Wednesday, Sept. 14 – 1:00pm | Thursday, Sept. 15 – 6:00pm

Friday, Sept. 16 – 10:00am | Saturday, Sept. 17 – 10:00am


Registration is required. To sign up, please call: 651.228.9991

Planning ahead brings peace of mind.

Pre-planning ensures that wishes are made known and that survivors are spared the stress of making last-minute decisions while grieving. Our professional Family Service Specialists are available to meet with you at a convenient time to guide you through everything involved with the pre-planning process. There is no obligation to make a purchase. 

Thank you for joining us for the Historic Tours at Calvary Cemetery!

The past two months we have held multiple Historic Tours of Calvary Cemetery, with almost 100 participants attending and learning about the past lives of those at rest within our St. Paul cemetery. Our thanks to local historian Mary Benton Hummel for her insight and enthusiasm, and thank you to everyone who joined us!

A Remembrance of Loved Ones Who Died in 2021

This past year saw many difficulties, particularly in light of COVID-19, and for that reason The Catholic Cemeteries has had to once again cancel this year’s Mass of Remembrance We still remember and honor the people who have passed away this year by recalling their names here. We wish you peace, healing and comfort, particularly during this holiday season.