At Resurrection Cemetery
The Peaceable Kingdom Garden serves as a place of prayer and reflection for anyone who seeks comfort following a loss. The idea for the Peaceable Kingdom Garden came from Mr. Antonio Pilla, inspired by his late wife Bonnie’s love of nature animals of all kinds.
The Catholic Cemeteries is pleased to offer a new opportunity at Resurrection Cemetery to memorialize by name the important people in your life. Inscribed paving bricks are a personal and lasting way to recognize and remember beloved relatives or friends who have died. This opportunity is not limited to honoring only those buried at Resurrection; instead, it is open to all who wish to create an enduring tribute to someone dear to them.
Each brick will be permanently placed in the patio area of the Peaceable Kingdom Garden, located just outside of Resurrection’s Chapel Mausoleum. For a tax-deductible donation of $500, the name of the individual you select along with the year of birth and death will be inscribed on a permanent brick and set in the patio area.
Donors of $5,000 or more will be recognized on a bronze donor plaque as part of the Garden.