The Catholic Cemeteries Association meets the needs of families, individuals, and parishes surrounding the death of a loved one.
In providing a consecrated place for burial, we treat the deceased and their families with dignity and respect, and offer a spiritual and physical environment that encourages frequent
visitation - where faith is strengthened, hope is awakened, and remembrance is accomplished through perpetual care.
We represent a Church family that is unbroken by death. We celebrate the death, and resurrection of our Lord, which offer to us the promise of eternal life.
Scripture tells us that when Sarah, the wife of Abraham, had died in the land of Canaan, her husband performed the customary mourning rites for her. Then he addressed the people in these words: "Although I am a resident alien among you, sell me from your holdings a piece of property for a burial ground, that I may bury my dead wife" (Genesis 23:4).
Our Catholic cemeteries in the Diocese of Cleveland stand as a reminder that we are recipients of God’s mercy. Loved in life, we are united in death. We honor the value God has placed in creating each of us and acknowledge the beauty of our differences.
CCA Bereavement Coordinator Nancy Romaine will lead several recitations of the Rosary this month. Please join her in the hope that this beautiful prayer will bring healing to all who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
The Village at Marymount is one of only 10 Ohio facilities to win the Silver – Achievement in Quality award. The Village at Marymount and Marymount Hospital sit on the Marymount Intergenerational Health and Education Campus in Garfield Heights.
The award is one of three distinct honors possible through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). The competitive award program highlights select centers across the nation that serve as models of excellence in providing high-quality long term and post-acute care.
You can learn more about the Village at Marymount by visiting their website.
the burial records for Calvary Cemetery in Lorain are now online. Head over to our Burial Search page to view records from this cemetery.
Work continues at Calvary Cemetery in Cleveland as well as St. Mary in Elyria, Holy Trinity in Avon, and Elmhurst Park in Avon.
Our own, Ginny Pippin, Director of Business Development was interviewed by Karen Schaefer of Marymount Place. You’ll hear answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about pre-planning funeral arrangements, cremains burials and traditional burials. Catholic Cemeteries Association have 20 cemeteries and eight offices in Northeast Ohio. Please call Ginny with your questions and to find out about our finance packages, 216/641-7474, ext. 158.
Holy Cross Cemetery in Brook Park was featured in the Plain Dealer today detailing the work of volunteers placing flags on the graves of veterans in preparation for Memorial Day.
Read the story HERE.
Many factors have impeded us from getting the quick results we all want. So far we have covered about 200 acres of weed control and should have another 200 by memorial weekend. We are further ahead than last year with all the applications, and are covering more total acres with control as an overall plan for this year.
The annual Callistian Guild Golf Outing is set for June 19, 2015 at Briarwood Golf Club.
The CCA has received formal complaints from Mausoleum and Columbarium owners regarding excessive decorations on surrounding fronts and common areas.
Due to disproportionate decorations the CCA will adhere to the policy stated in our Rules and Regulations.
The monthly Rosary returns to several of our cemeteries for 2015. View a partial schedule on our Bereavement Ministry page.
As places of faith, hope, and remembrance, an important component of our Bereavement Ministry is our monthly Sunday Support Groups. This year we are adding a support group at St. Joseph Cemetery, Avon.
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